Friday, October 2, 2015

baby, baby

Sometimes life isn't what you expect it to be at all.
This is what I have found to be true;
even when life is very hard and very different than expectations,
it is still beautiful.

On the darkest days and most difficult nights,
joy remains. 

We miss Mr. Adams.
We miss Bria.

Kaishon likes the 10th grade so far.
Gary has been working a lot. 
Last Sunday was the end of the quarter for his company.
He worked 17 hours.
Can you even imagine that?
Me either.
I thought he would need a sick day this week to recover, but he has gotten up every single morning at 5:15 and went back.
He is a great man. 

Last weekend I photographed a stellar wedding while the Pope was in town. 

I was worried about traffic, but I didn't need to worry. 
Everything was perfect.
I am shooting one of my favorite families this weekend unless
Hurricane Joaquin prevents our shoot.  
We will see.


Pieni Lintu said...

So cute! <3

Pieni Lintu said...

So cute! <3

Skeller said...

this image completely melts me. so precious.

I cannot fathom a 17hour Sunday workday. I cannot.

Tamar SB said...

17 hour!?! Wow.

I didn't realize Bria wasn't living with you anymore. Glad Kaishon is adjusting to 10th grade. I loved 10th!

Mari said...

That is a beautiful baby! Kaishon is in 10th grade? How can that be? Gary is a good man, for sure!

*Jess* said...

Beautiful capture, Becky! What happened with Bria? We need an update!

Anita Johnson said...

I can't imagine a day that long either...that baby made me smile.

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

There is nothing more peaceful and endearing than a sleeping baby. I love your photographs, because they all tell a beautiful story. Thanks for your visit to my blog and blessings!

Katherine Vargas said...

such a cutie..i love the sweetness of this photo...and i agree with your first sentences....Xoxo