hope everyone had a safe and happy halloween! the boys had a blast carving pumpkins, attending halloween parties,and running around the neighborhood trick-or-treating with their friends. now what to do with all the candy!!
it's been an incredibly busy summer with work and family. i want to say thank you to everyone who is patiently waiting for their proofs. believe me when i say we've been shooting and editing away in between enjoying the summer with our family and friends. one of things i did early this summer was plant a garden. the boys love to water and harvest the vegetables. the weeding, well not so much! so i won't show you a picture of the actual garden, haha! it's not pretty but it sure has been producing some yummy treats. the other night i decided to run to my favorite seafood distributer foremost seafood and get some shrimp for what looked like a delicious dish martha had in her latest food magazine. it was incredibly tasty and worth trying with fresh tomatoes, parsley, and jalepeno peppers.
our oldest son jack turned eleven at the end of may. how times flies. he's a huge basketball fan and loves to play the sport so we threw him a front yard basketball party! he invited all his buddies for a little tournament and it was a huge success. there were hot dogs, cotton candy, snow cones, nachos, candy bar and our favorite cookies by our good friend arundi. we could not have asked for more perfect day and along with help from friends it was a huge hit!
i was lucky to sneek away for a girls trip to santa fe, new mexico a couple weeks ago. i went with some great photographer friends who live in different parts of the country. there are so many reasons why i enjoy getting away with woman in my industry. we share so much in common and have such a rejuvenating time when we are together. of course, i'm right in the middle of wedding season so i cannot spend a lot of time posting my personal images. lucky for us our friend jenny put together this collage of shake it photos we all took during our trip.