I know I’ve said this a lot lately, but November was non-stop. I started out the month attending the WRKSHP photography conference in Brooklyn, NY. Where I spent some time with good friends who inspire me and stayed out until 1 in the morning watching the mid-term election results roll in.
Upon returning from WRKSHP, we spent the weekend moving our entire upper level into a “pod”, so that hardwood floors could be installed (so pretty!). And then the kids and I flew to London for a week with friends (I still haven’t edited those photos).
We spent two happy and jet-lagged days catching up on school/work and then drove down to Richmond, VA for Thanksgiving with Dan’s parents. His mom made an amazing feast and we all slept for days afterwards.
So that was November, I also photographed 8 families and 3 other clients. And edited like a mad women. So I can’t complain at all. I love this life, even with all the crazy I bring to it.
(1) A tree grows in Brooklyn: (2) We found the old American girl dolls when moving and debated where to store them; (3) Thanksgiving at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (Richmond, VA); (4) Late night election returns in Brooklyn; (5) Another shot from the art museum on Thanksgiving; (6) Photography conference chaos; (7) 0ur empty bedroom; (8) Trout cooking with grandma; (9) Late night with awesome friends; (10) In the midst of all the chaos, Parker turned 12, I still need to plan a birthday party for her; (11) Thanksgiving dinner.
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