Wednesday, October 29, 2008

30 Years Strong!

Proverbs: 22:6 (NLT) Direct your children onto the right path,
and when they are older, they will not leave it.

I love that scripture and how true it is....whether good or bad directing....children often emulate those that they grow up with and around. It's amazing to me (even though I'm only a mother to a puppy) how impressionable those we raise can be. What an awesome, yet overwhelming responsibility. It really causes one to think and reflect on your actions to make sure that we are doing the very best for our children....

...speaking of the very best for our children...my parent's did an amazing job raising my brother and me. They weren't perfect (though my mother would argue that she is... ;) but they taught us the meaning of love, sacrifice, responsibility, and seeking after the Lord's will. I couldn't be more proud to have them as my parents.

Back in May of this year we did a shoot with mom & dad in Augusta. I feel like we've developed, as photographers, so much more since that shoot. I hate that it took us that long to edit them too..but my parents reassure us that...they didn't mind...they just want another photoshoot! Ha!

*begin preface**I hate when people preface something...but I am going to preface--not sure why these colors are distorted...but they look really unrealistic...perhaps with the update of my blog/hosting this won't happen. **preface over**

Take a look at the best people I know. (song was my mom's choice....it's a goodie!)


My mom is the prettiest lady. Ever.Dad is hilarious! He was flexing for our cameras.
30 years of love.
I love to watch dad...sometimes he just wants to be near mom. It makes me smile!

This is one of my favorites from the day. It's killer in black & white too! I wish you could have seen the picture we snapped just before it...dad's face was priceless.

He taught me what a real man was supposed to be like. He taught me how a husband treats his wife....and boy did I catch a good one!
I'm going to get in trouble for posting this one. But I couldn't help myself...I like it!
This is my other favorite from the day. Love like theirs is a rare thing.


4 comments:

taryn said...

you might get in trouble for posting that 2nd to last photo, but it's my fave!

Cheyenne Schultz said...

I just love these.

Deb said...

Beautifully done! I Love your Mother's smile! What a neat thing to be able to show your children someday!

Jessica said...

Wonderful pictures! Their deep love for each other is obvious in the way that they look at each other... what a way to capture an unforgetable journey!

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