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A Day in The City

This past weekend we spent a day in NYC just the two of us. Since we have had Stella, we have not had that much time just the two of us, and though we love spending so much time with Stella, it was nice to have a day to spend together. Stella got to spend the entire day with my family…and they all had a great time too. We needed to go to NYC for Katie and Michael’s engagement session in Central Park, so we decided to go a little early and have a date.

We asked on FB for recommendations for great places to eat and ending up eating at 5 Napkin Burger which was amazing, we sat outside since it was such a gorgeous day and had fun watching people pass by on the street.

We took the subway over to the Empire State Building which is super touristy, but we did it anyway. The view from the top was spectacular, and we were able to see so far since it was such a clear day.

We did unfortunately get a little lost at one point so we took a picture to document our sad faces when we realized that we had been walking in the wrong direction on our way back to our car.

Katie and Michael are probably two of the sweetest people you could ever meet. When we met them in the park Katie gave me these gorgeous tulips. It was so sweet of them, and ironically I have been telling Jeremy for a few weeks that I wanted to get some tulips because they are just the perfect symbol of spring.

After we wrapped their gorgeous session they took us to The Magnolia, which is a fabulous bakery cafe in NYC. It was divine, Jeremy had a brownie, Michael had the banana pudding, and Katie and I each had the blueberry crumble…and let me tell you…I have never had a blueberry crumble near that good.

We drove home so grateful for life. We are thankful for what we do, and the opportunities that it has given us to meet some of the most amazing people. We are thankful for our family, and our precious little Stella who we couldn’t wait to see, and we are thankful for each other.

Here is a little sneak peek of Katie and Michael’s session in Central Park…I can’t wait to show you more of these two tomorrow!

 

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Fort Worth Engagement Session | Julie + Marc

When Julie and Marc met for the first time Julie had given up on love. She reluctantly gave in to meeting Marc, but wasn’t too sure about meeting this guy. Marc had been persistent after he had seen and heard about Julie from friends that he just had to meet this girl. The rest is history and after they met it was clear that they were met for each other. It is easy to see that Julie and Marc are in love.

After their first choice of a location didn’t work out, Julie mentioned this lovely park in Fort Worth that she thought would be perfect for their engagement photos. It was the perfect place for their gorgeous engagement session. They are getting married in July and we can’t wait to be there to document their wedding day.

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Tammy Damore

So pretty!!!

Don Sharlow

They are meant for each other and one can see that in every frame. After viewing these pictures I was uplifted and convivial!

Our Random Life #30

Another week has passed and we are currently on a roadtrip. With Jeremy’s last final finished we headed out for a few days to shoot fabulous session, have our own family pictures taken and enjoy time spent with both of our families. But for now…here is what happened this past week.

I shared with the instagram world how I put my iPad or iPhone inside a bowl to amplify (Jeremy said that I incorrectly used the word magnify) the sound. To answer all the questions that I got, YES!!! it really does work!

I am so happy that it is spring, because that means that we get to grill. Jeremy grills a lot in the summer…we love the fresh summery taste and I love that I don’t have to cook…because grilling is totally a man job in my book.

Stella was introduced to mozerella sticks this past week, and she was so enthralled with how stringy and delicious the cheese was…but really, aren’t we all?

After almost two years of trying to convince me, Jeremy finally convinced me to join our church choir with him. I have been in choir forever…so it has been fun to get back into it and sing together again…especially since when we met in college we sat next to each other in choir.

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Caitie Sheppard

If you put your phone in a stainless steel bowl…Wow! :)

Marilyn Schmucker

Awesome. Excited you are singing in choir. You have a BEAUTIFUL voice! Loved standing next to you at Easter Sunday in Church….can’t wait to see you soon.

Making What Matters Happen

Yesterday I was reading o Hosea and the verse that talks about sowing to the wind. I know that I have heard that phrase before, but I don’t think I had ever really sat and thought about what it meant for my life. Specifically it made me think about how I spend my time. I can’t expect to have a thriving walk with the Lord if I spend more time on Facebook than in my Bible.  I can’t expect to be passionate about my work, if I say yes to too many things. I can’t have intentional time with Stella if I choose to work too much.

I think the act of thinking through and writing down the things that you are saying “yes” to and the things that you are saying “no” to is huge. It made me really think about what is important to me and what I want to eliminate in my life….so here it is.

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Thank you for sharing this. I was just thinking about writing down my priorities down and came across this. I’ve been browsing your blog for the last few hours just reading. You are inspiring. You keep things simple. I like that.

Christ Chapel and River Crest Country Club Wedding | Corina + Matt

Corina and Matt are such an amazing couple…they just work together. We have had so much fun getting to know them over the past few months and their wedding was such a great reflection of them as a couple. Their ceremony took place at Christ Chapel in Fort Worth and was beautiful, afterward we headed to River Crest Country Club where these two and their amazing families put on one of the best parties ever. Amazing friends, amazing food (Jeremy is still talking about the Mac and Cheese Bar), and a dance floor that was packed from the moment that it opened. Corina and Matt even provided lots of fun hats, sunglasses, glow sticks and other fun things that their guests enjoyed on the dance floor. Such an amazing celebration.

Corina and Matt, Thank you for letting us be a part of your wedding. We had so much fun with the two of you and we can’t wait to see where life takes the two of you! Love ,J&K

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Tammy Damore

Wow, so pretty! The church is gorgeous, I love the color of the bridesmaids dressed, and the wedding decorations are so lovely!

Rachel McCloud

Beautiful. I LOVE her dress. :)