Excuse me while I wipe the dust off my blog from the past two months. After a series of friends and relatives visiting through town, I’m back with some more pictures of my nieces and nephew. Two weeks ago, I took a super last minute trip to Atlanta to surprise my sister for her birthday, and let’s just say her surprised, ugly cry face was quite epic. During my visit, I snagged a few shots of my niece, Emmy, to celebrate the traditional 100th day.
Aaaaand we’re back! It wouldn’t be a proper vacation without a long road trip (18 hours to be precise, and that’s one way!), momma’s cookin, friends, church, babies and more babies. I saw more babies on this single trip than I have in my entire adult life. Maybe I exaggerate.
Meet baby Joshua – he is James’ adored nephew. I’m always amazed at how much babies’ looks change so often and so quickly. Here he is at just under a month old.
Spent another day shooting for Maridadi Trading, a new accessories line that my good friend launched, at Atlanta’s Goat Farm. The location is rustic, charming and cozy. Enjoy!
Today marked my last day of work in Atlanta; actually, my last day of work in GEORGIA. I was giddy, sad, anxious and at peace. There were tears, laughs and lots of hugs. The top level of my building’s parking deck has a great view of Atlantic Station, midtown and downtown, so I wanted to capture a few shots of the beautiful city I’ve called home for many years. I just regret not spending more time up there.
It’s an incredibly strange and foreign feeling … this not working thing because I have pretty much been working since I was 15 years old. Retail, wholesale, restaurants, libraries, private tutoring, newspapers, private companies, public companies, state agencies … I think I’ve got it all covered. I’m looking forward to my next season of exploring various options and possibly school. Ohhh. Totes excited, jyessss.