Hope ya'll (I lived in TX for 5 years) had a great weekend. We had a great one with much getting accomplished. Hope to post on that later. Today, I am sharing with you a few photos from a session I did for my sister-in-law. This is the family with the much talked about "niece that is getting married". They wanted to have family pictures taken before their daughter got married. I volunteered, well, actually begged for them to let me take some pictures. I have mentioned this in a previous post. Sorry it has taken me a while to show you some of the results. We had fun doing the pictures but were very limited on time. The sun is setting sooner and sooner these days. We went to a little town that isn't really a town. Confusing I know. This is a place that a local artist has built. He has brought in a bunch of homes and buildings to his property to make it look like an old town. There is a church, old school with a bell, general store, houses, barns, etc. It has some old cars, planes, gas pumps, train car, and more. Just an excellent place for pictures. I could have spent several hours there but like I said, we were running out of light. So here are a few of my favorites.
|This was one of the first pics we took. I brought props that would deal with each person's interests. I wasn't sure how these would turn out but I'm really liking them.|
|Same idea but with everyone looking at the camera.|
|What family doesn't have the kids making faces at their parents smooching?|
|We just had to add the future son-in-law in there somewhere.|
|The littlest loves making goofy faces. I got a kick out of this one.|
|Liking the vintage look of this one of the 3 brothers. Old boat, old truck, sun setting.|
|Dad and his boys.|
|Mom and her boys.|
|Mom and her girls.|
|This one is sweet to me. Shows love of siblings, love of parents and love as a whole family.|
|I like the special effects of this one done with Picnik.|
So there are just a few of my favorites. Thanks for letting me "shoot" ya'll. Glad we were able to fit it in before the big wedding day. (Next weekend.)
Now for my rant. I got called for jury duty. Booo!! Not that I mind doing my duty as a citizen. However, I am a stay-at-home, homeschooling mom. I tried to get out of it when they sent me the first questionnaire but apparently that excuse didn't fly. Now I have to wait around for them to actually call me for a case and try to plead to the judge to let me off. It wouldn't have been so bad if the timing would have been better. I have to be available from Nov. 1 to Dec. 31. That is like 2 months. Am I supposed to just put my life on hold for 2 months while I wait to see if they need me or not? Well, unfortunately, I guess so. We were planning to go to CA to see my family at the end of Nov. / first of Dec. I'm just glad I hadn't bought the plane tickets yet. I almost did that the other day. I'm just hoping I'm called Nov. 1st and I can beg the judge to let me out of it and be done. Then we can still make plans to go. Whew! I'm glad I got that off my chest. Now that I'm done ranting, I guess I better start praying. You can join me if you wish. ;) I better sign off for now so I can hit this last week before the wedding with some decent nights of sleep. So until next time...
Have a blessed day.,