Saturday, November 22, 2008
Saturday, November 15, 2008
The museum has some really cool trains - old Amtrak sleeper cars, MARTA cars and several working trains that will take the little ones back and forth for a short ride. It's also super cheap to get in - 8$ for adults/4$ for kids under 12. It's worth the visit. Today they even had Santa - on a train. Anyway, below are a few shots from the day. Choo choo!
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
"We have friends in GA," Bill and I often say to each other because of folks like the Wearnes. Don't get me wrong, I can never replace my PA friends, but this is the suburban soccer mom/dad lifestyle - as cliche as it might sound - we had hoped to luck into when we moved to Suwanee. And, thankfully we got exactly what we wanted - in spades.
The boys and I had a great day visiting with the cousins and meeting new friends like Sioux and Switch - two gorgeous and gentle horses available for 2-hr rides through the woods. Sam had a great time brushing Switch's belly, and Jack insists Uncle Jay's horse was named Soup. Who cares, he says it so cute - Soup it is!
And, to top it off, it was a perfect Fall Georgia afternoon. We didn't get to ride unfortunately, but we'll DEFINITELY be back. Thanks for the invite Jay and Carrie. Great seeing y'all. Beautiful Switch
Monday, November 3, 2008
Quick break from my photo posts for this breaking news update: Sam is now a jr. orange belt! Here's a quick clip, albeit grainy, of my Sam breaking a board for his jr. orange belt test. Next time I'll bring my real camera to his test. Watch for the after-excitement. He's the one closest to the camera. Go Sam!
Sunday, November 2, 2008
For this shoot I suggested my new favorite park in Suwanee, and luckily today was one of those perfect Georgia October days - a great day to shoot. After taking some time to convince the youngest, Luke (12), that it was okay to sit close to his sisters, I managed to get a few keepers for the holidays and just for fun. Happy Fall!
Anyhoo, below are a few faves from the weekend and school parade.