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Monthly Archives: December 2007

Keeping on…

Everything is still feeling a little crazy around here, with a photo session tomorrow and the wedding this weekend, all right after Christmas, birthday party, etc. etc.  But we are alive, well, and thankful.  Eva’s birthday party was a blast and I was so glad that so many people could make it!  There were about […]

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My week… so far.

So last Saturday I did a newborn photo shoot for my friends Colin & Lindsey.  Their new baby Rosalee is so tiny!  I was so excited to take pictures of her that I couldn’t sleep for two days.  Last Thursday I was up until 2:45 and then on Friday I was up until 3:30.  Part […]

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Risky Business

“Is — is he a man?” Lucy asked. “Aslan a man!” Mr. Beaver said sternly. “Certainly not. I tell you he is the King of the wood and the son of the great Emperor-Beyond-the-Sea. Don’t you know who is the King of Beasts? Aslan is a lion—the Lion, the great Lion.” “Ooh!” said Susan, “I’d […]

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Weekend Highlights

– hanging out on Friday night with some friends, just me. – great weather on Saturday for my photo shoot, blue skies, and some new good spots. – a GREAT spot that I found but was unable to use during the shoot, in the archives of my mind for a future date – my AlienBee studio […]

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I’m Believing God…

Just in case any ladies out there are interested, I’ve been doing the online Believing God study lead by Beth Moore.  It is a 10 week study that uses both video and study guide.  I have really been learning a lot and my faith is definitely being strengthened… if you are interested you can check it […]

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Hello!

webcam shot, originally uploaded by chelseydroberts. From us.

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Off-Kilter?

I’ve got that voice in my head again.  It’s telling me to write and it’s speaking with a British accent. Sometimes I wonder what life would be like had I made one single choice differently.  Not one specific choice, it could be any choice really, but one single one.  How would life be different? Would […]

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Happiness

Happiness is a sleeping child.  At least to a mother who spent the last four hours dealing with a lot of whining!   Happiness is a state of being that is well sought after in our culture.  I can’t speak for other cultures, but maybe they also seek happiness as much as we do.  We […]

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The gridblog…

is coming soon, I promise. But for now, it’s reflections on two Christmas romance movies in one night.  Peter has been gone up to Spruston all weekend so that means I can rent whatever movies he hasn’t wanted to watch.  I chose Love Actually, (as recommended by BoRam, my friendspeak reader) Just Friends (filmed in […]

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