It is May! Already! I’m not ready… It seems like just yesterday that I was posting to the blog and there was snow on the ground. I have photographs to take! An evening surrounded by chocolate at the the AWP Chocolate Lover’s Fundraiser ♥ More photographs to take! Birthdays to celebrate… my two kids who are three years apart but only two calendar days apart (not to mention a couple nephews, a neice, a brother, and, of course, my dad) ♥ Mother’s Day ♥ And even more photographs to take! My road trip… super excited! ♥ Then prepping for and finishing up the month with friend & co-femme fotog and our first arts fest of the season. Squeeze in a little bit of the day job here and there and …whew…I wouldn’t have it any other way!♥!♥!
And of course I can’t wait to share it all right back here. In the meantime, for all the snippets in between you can always follow me on facebook and Instragram
Til next time,
p.s. If anybody can tell me more about Tara Chishom (who is credited across the internet with the above quote), I would be very appreciative, as Google wasn’t much help in finding her. Oh, there are plenty of Tara Chisholms out there, I’m just not sure which one to credit.
The weeks leading up to my birthday, I caught myself once or twice thinking “Oh No! I’ve reached the peak and am now heading down the other side…” The picture in my head that went along with that was not a pretty one. I needed to come up with another picture …and fast. On the eve of my birthday, it occurred to me . . . I’m not over the peak ~ I’m just starting the Part II of a very good book . . . my book!
I celebrated the start of my Part II by a lot of nothing in particular. For me that means my day was not planned, no to-do lists, not an agenda in sight; things just happened … or not. It was perfect!
The day started with an impromptu visit with the Easter Bunny. I definitely wasn’t prepared for this ~ except for the fact that my camera was in the car to document my cupcake outing ~ not only did I leave my Easter basket at home, but my warmer coat, hat, and gloves… and it started to snow!
Aren’t they just the cutest. They all came prepared…including wearing those adorable hats <3!
Back on track. . . I heard of local establishment called The Lucky Cupcake Company and decided I was long over due for a visit. It was the hardest decision I had to make all day. In the end, my box included six scrumptious cupcakes: Irish cream (for St. Patty’s day, of course), Bailey’s cheesecake, carrot cake, lemon cream, peanut butter cup, and the crowd favorite, the Car Bomb (“Chocolate Guinness cake filled with Jameson truffle, dipped in chocolate and top with Bailey’s buttercream”). Oh so…DELICIOUS!
Part II could not have started any more perfectly!