Monday, June 29, 2015

on death and dying :: Uncle Jerry :: a beautiful life

My Uncle Jerry died on Friday. 

He battled cancer again and again and again.  
He won many times, but this last time, the cancer prevailed.


Uncle Jerry was a man that made everyone smile. 
People couldn't help but laugh when he was around. 

He was a teacher for many years at Central Bucks West School District. 
He was a football coach. 

He was a Sunday School teacher and a Deacon at church. 

He was a farmer. 
The best farmer in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. 


Uncle Jerry loved his wife and his sons. 
Brooks, Tommy and Jimmy were the light of his eye.

71 years were not enough.

We know Uncle Jerry is in Heaven today because he believed in Jesus Christ.
We are thankful for this truth at this time of great sadness.


Tuesday, June 9, 2015

What is even better than Breakfast at Tiffany's :: The Creativity Project :: June, 2015

What is even better than breakfast at Tiffany's?
Breakfast with this little sweetie!


Thank you for joining us each month. 
Do you have any creative breakfast images? 
We would love for you to share them on the Creativity Project's Facebook Wall
Shalana is next in our circle.  She is one of my favorite photographers! 
You can visit her blog here.

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Rabbit trails

(This post is inspired by my dear friend Miz Booshay. She shares the most lovely images from days gone by on her blog. It always makes my heart feel happy.)

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I am working late tonight at my desk in the city and I got a call from a sweet woman asking to see some of my work. I referred her here, to the blog, because this is where I put my work.

Well... it is where I USED to put work.

Now that I am so busy doing work, I don't really share work.

Here are some old pictures of 'work' when I had time to blog and share. I will forever be grateful for my family who let me learn how to shoot by practicing on them.

My best work is always of them. The ones I hold close to my heart.