Friday, May 14, 2010

365 BREAK was needed!

OK, so i was challenged to do a photo challenge where you take one picture a day and post it to FLICKR. I was LOVING it and having so much fun but than...i got pregnant with my third. I was SOO sick and exhausted that doing anything on the computer seemed like the hardest task in the world. So i knew i had to give up a couple things for a couple weeks so i could rest. Well now as i'm about to start my second trimester soon i'm feeling a little more human again, THANK GOD! I'm still pretty tired but the sickness has pretty much faded for the most part. I am thinking that its time i get myself back into the challenge and start off where i left off. So today should be number 81 for me. I have learned in life that its ok to fail at something as long as you can say that you tried...and even though i was pretty disappointed in myself for not keeping up with it, i know i needed to take care of myself and "baby it" first. Anyhow, here is my 81.

Anthony and Emily looking forward to baby!

So a couple weeks ago on a wednesday night i received and email from someone asking if they could do a last minuet photo shoot because his wife could have the baby in a couple of course YES! I was so excited! We met in a beautiful secluded garden with beautiful flowers and gazebo and an even more beautiful couple. They are the kinda couple you pray to God for when your about to go to a shoot. They just gravitate to each other so much and move with one another so that i barely had to tell them to do anything. They just hugged and kissed and talked to the baby, it was so sweet. Thank God we got the shoot in because a week later, there she was a beautiful baby girl!! There is nothing sweeter than watching a couple as they anxiously wait for the arrival of their first baby. It was great as you watched Anthony talk to the baby and how he held up his tired wife Emily and the way she just leaned onto him for comfort. Its why i love doing this. I get to be apart of such a special and memorable time in peoples lives.