It is another wonderful fun filled day in central Indiana.
We woke up to temps somewhere in the 30s.
I got up and turned on the heat before my cup of coffee.
Every morning I feed the cats,
get a cup of coffee
read the newspaper.
This is so much easier than when my kids were little,
although I would not give up a minute of that craziness.
Here's a business update:
The photography end of Sherrill Studios is just smoking right along.
I was sad when Kelly's jump was postponed
due to weather conditions on Saturday.
That shoot will be rescheduled in the Spring.
I look forward to it
(because I don't have to be in the plane).
On Saturday morning I did get to go through with the shoot for
Chris & Lisa Dzierla.
Highland Park made a nice setting for these photos.
Baby William was born on Monday morning. He & mommy are fine.
I will be "delivering" these pictures later this week.
Hey, I just got that.
I made a joke.
On Sunday afternoon I met up with Fred B. to take Sally's photos.
We met at the Artworks Gallery and
found a nice
sunny window to shoot against.
Sally was excited to be there.
It took a little coaxing, but we (Fred) got her to calm down.
It really surprised me that her hair was so wiry & rough.
She is nine years old and her breed is
Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen.
I know I have said this a few times before
but just imagine a sheepdog cut off at the knees.
She is by no means a small dog, just a short (in height), hefty dog.
The shot went well.
I Should be able to deliver this package next week.
So next on the docket,
I have a second set of Senior Pictures for Johnna
|Johnna and her sweetheart Eric|
Johnna is my niece (Matt's daughter).
Because she is my brother's daughter she gets several
different shoots over the course of her senior year.
It is a joy to work with such outgoing & lovely girl.
During all this picture taking,
I am still working on my newest donkey painting.
|As of this morning...|
Leia came into the room yesterday
and I kid you not,
"Grandma, it's a donkey...and some lovely vegetables..."
If a three year old thinks they are tomatoes, then I am in trouble.
So, I bought a bag of apples this morning.
Al asked me if we needed apples.
You should have seen his face when I told him
that they were for me to paint from.
$3.57 a bag...so I could get the shape right.
You will find that added into the cost of the painting.
example: @250. + 3.57 = $253.57
Did you see that?
I did math and there was no blood shed... Hallelujah!
It IS A MIRACLE.
We will talk about me filling out
applications for a
part time job
having to do story problems
Of course we can't forget that I have a wedding to shoot in December.
Candy & Brad are getting married December 16th.
Don't they make a handsome couple?
Mary and I worked on a Pinterest project yesterday afternoon.
We have the faces painted on about 10 of these jugs.
I need to go out into the garage and "scare" up some while Christmas lights. We have to cut holes in the back of the jugs
and run Christmas light bundles into them.
I am starting to like recycling.
Well, I had better get to work.
Keep good thoughts, everyone.
enjoy this beautiful day.
See you soon.