Saturday, November 29, 2008


My goodness things have been busy! Good, but busy! We had a great thanksgiving at our friends house down in E-town! Since a bunch of us couldn't make it home, the Taul's were nice enough to open there home to a group of youngins who didn't have a place to go for Thanksgiving! It was great! It was so nice to just have a day of fun and R&R! The events of the day included:
  • Crochet
  • Frisbee-golf
  • Eating good food!
  • Caving
  • Golf-carting
  • And Home Alone to end the evening!
= A Great Thanksgiving!

Saturday, November 22, 2008

It's Saturday!

  • Slept in...till 8:30...late for me...SO nice!
  • First Saturday off in a while...SO nice!
  • Game Day...Michigan vs. Ohio State...not So nice!
  • Really cold out side....SO nice! (but only for this time of year!)
  • Getting a lot of wedding planning done...SO nice!!
  • Its a GA by-week...not SO nice!
All in all...Good Saturday!

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Engagement Pix...Continued!

In the midst of all the business of planning our wedding, we managed to take some time to shoot some fun engagement pictures around the Ville. Jenny's mom was in town and was SOOO helpful doing a ton of ground work for us! It was so great to have her here! She turns out to be quite the photographer too!!

Thanks so much "Mom"!!! :)

Monday, November 17, 2008

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Planning Planning Planning!

Its a busy week! I feel like we're getting a lot accomplished though! I fear that blogging consistently has fallen to the apologies!

P.S. I spend so much time thinking about other people's weddings, now its fun to have the opportunity to think about my own wedding!! How awesome is that!!

Friday, November 7, 2008

Hughes Wedding - Ft. Myers

This past weekend, I had the privilege of shooting Janal and Jonathan Hughes Wedding in Ft. Myers Florida! It was a great trip and an incredibly beautiful wedding! Made a long weekend out of it and drove down with Jenny and a good friend of mine from Georgia! Tons of fun! A special thanks to Jon and Brooke Malko for letting Jenny crash with them for a few days! Thanks also to Jon and Janal for the great opportunity! Enjoy!

P.S. I used to be able to make the pictures bigger on here, but for some odd reason now I can't get it to work...bummer! If anyone knows how to do it let me know!

We couldn't go all the way down to Ft. Myers without stoping by the beach! I LOVE the beach!

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Election Day Thoughts...By Mark

I would try and write something myself but a good friend Mark said it better...very encouraging!

I am a dual citizen. I am an American by birth, and I am dedicated to the great nation that God has allowed me to live in and grow a family in. First and foremost, however, I am a citizen of the Kingdom of God. It is a Kingdom in which the economy does not crash, that can never fall from power, and whose King is and will always be victorious. No matter what happens the King is not shaken, nor caught by surprise. He rules, not by the power of the people, but powerfully over all people. His plans cannot be thwarted, His term never expires, and He conquers all His enemies. It is a Kingdom not merely limited by the borders of the United States of America, but rather expands globally to emcompass people from every tongue and every tribe.

As a dual citizen my responsibility is great. My citizenship as an American takes 2nd place to my citizenship in God's Kingdom. Further, my citizenship in God's Kingdom greatly effects my citizenship as an American citizen. As an American citizen I have been given the responsibility to vote for my leaders. As a Citizen in God's Kingdom I have been given the responsibility to vote according the values which God has set forth in His written Word. Therefore, I must approach the voting booth with a mindset that the leaders I choose to give my voice to must align mostly with the values that my King holds dear. This does not mean what the Candidate says he/she holds dear, but rather the values he/she displays and demonstrates.

Today I vote. I have a duty, and I have a responsibility. As a citizen in God's Kingdom, choosing not to vote is a dangerous choice because I am well aware that the America before me is the one I have the responsibility to choose. The America that my children will inhabit longer than I is the America in which I presently have an active voice. Choosing not to vote is not only a bad choice, but an irresponsible one. It is not merely irresponsible as an American citizen, but as a citizen in God's Kingdom."

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Quick Stop

Made a quick stop at the Ft. Myers Beach before heading back to the
ATL. It was a great wedding and it was great to see some old friends.
I'll post some of the images soon!