This last December something so amazing happened in our community that I have never seen before. Someone had this brilliant idea to start a "Giving Train" on our local classified Facebook page. It went viral! Everyone was giving anything the could all through December. The spirit of Christmas was truly felt by all. I decided to join in to give a couples session as part of it. The lucky winners were Kimberlee and Erik Hill!! Kimberlee was so sweet and asked if she could transfer it to her parents who haven't had pictures done in years. Of course!! I was touched by her sweet giving spirit that I couldn't help give her something in return. So I invited her and Erik and their sweet little boy Carter to come and have a mini family session with me. As we drove up to Beaver Mountain the snow kept getting heavier and thicker. They all were so great and Kimberlee got her her snow covered pine trees and then some! It was so beautiful there and in about 20 mins we were done! I think falling snow looks so magical and I absolutely loved it in these photos. Erik and Kimberlee were so sweet and kind and fun to be with. Carter was a little champ in the cold and gave us some good giggles and grins!
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Friday, October 28, 2016
My heart is so full I'm pretty emotional today.. Honestly being able capture a moment in life as precious as family time together is one of the biggest blessings in my life. Life happens so fast and we are so busy creating new memories that old ones fades and then they are gone in the blink of an eye. As I was going through this session I was so overwhelmed with emotions of love and gratitude. Only recently have I had the privilege of knowing Danny and Alissa barely 16 months ago, now I can't even imagine my life without knowing them. I'm so grateful our lives have crossed paths and grateful Danny got into PA school with my husband and moved his family from Nevada to Utah. They drove up to see us from Salt Lake to have family photos done last weekend. We had a blast between the giggles, pizza, football, and watching Nanny McPhee. Truly when I look through these images they reflect the love of a family with all the joy and laughter there can be. Life is short and friends are many I hope I will always remember special moments that fade so inevitable.