I wanted to spend the night with my Kiki, and this is what we did in about 12
hours! We started our morning with scrambled eggs and an English muffin eating
at the kitchen counter. Then after dressing in my vintage looking dress Kiki found
at Salvation Army for a photo shoot ($3.00), we headed out the front door to
visit the kitty’s across the street. That’s bribe No. 1.
No. 2-Pez for sitting in pinkish chair
No. 3-Licking the brownie batter
No. 4-Putting on Makeup for the shoots
No. 5-Getting to see Kiki’s vintage Barbie Dolls and playing with them
It took all of this to get all of these photos, narrowed down from about 745 images!
Click on first image to see full size gallery:
across the street are my favorite kitty’s…
why’d you leave?
is there an ocean in there? Kiki said there was…
is this what you call a pumpkin
Kiki’s special shell she has had since she was 5!
superwoman cape in pink of course
time to bake!
no more superwoman
do i see another kitty?
I’m about done, Kiki
Published May 7, 2010
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Jaid modeled for Jennifer Hudson Thurs evening
Texas School is over, but not the memories!
At the closing seminar this morning after receiving lots of door
prizes by many in the audience, Arthur Rainville, gave a story about
never giving up! He played a tear jerker video, and not a dry eye was
in the house! He ended his story with the advice to “Simply Amaze”,
and since we are all so passionate about our craft, I think it was a
great end to a wonderful week!
precious baby Chloe
Last week i had the chance to photograph a precious, 2 month old baby at
her grannies house in Frisco. What fun we had dressing this little one
in lot’s of different outfits! Here is one quick photo i couldn’t resist
turning into a piece of art, as i have been busy and a little delinquent
finishing up their photos, as i have been shooting this week for
the Dallas International Film Festival. Not sure if folks like to see
their kids turned into art or not, but she sure looks pretty! Deanna
and I hit it off as we both collect so many of the same things! It was
tons of fun, and i look forward to watching little Chloe grow!