Personal Reflections & a Fall Recap: Cherishing Family Moments on Film


On days like today, when the unfortunate death of innocent children & unknowing adults is made known in the national media, it reminds me why I am so grateful for what I do for a living. We will NEVER know all the details of what tomorrow holds, or when it may be the last day we have with a loved one.  So to be able to capture those moments that mean the world to my clients, it also means the world to me.  I just have to think these families and friends affected by this tragedy today, will surely be eternally appreciative of those last few photos they have of their loved ones from which to remember them by.  Along with the many before that.  So if I can make hearts happy with my photos, than I feel like I’ve done my job. 🙂

So with all that being said, I’ve unfortunately let the everyday grind distract me from sharing with you LOTS of loving moments that I’ve captured over the last few months. So here’s some fall catch-up for you! I hope that it brings a smile to your face despite all that has gone on today. 🙂  (And please make sure to hug your loved ones today and let them know how much they mean to you!)

The Wilson Family:

The McGlinchey’s:

The Weinzimmers:

Courtney Cawley : 01:35 December 15, 2012 Reply
Awww well said, love the shots!

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