Friday, October 30, 2015

Day 303, Project 365

So, you know me being IN photos is not my favorite thing necessarily, but I went all-out (as much as I do 'all-out') for our Halloween celebration at work today. So, as proof a self-portrait, better known as a selfie.  ;)

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Day 302, Project 365

Remember last week when I said never say never?  Well, in this short week, Kait was asked to suit up for varsity for sections!  :)  No playing time (completely expected) but still got to have the experience!

Day 301, Project 365

Couldn't capture the beauty of these two trees but close...

Day 300, Project 365

Holy Hannah!  Day 300?!?!?  :)

Sunday, October 25, 2015

Day 298, Project 365

I know moving forward with my photography business is the right decision because I'm sitting here grinning ear-to-ear after the day, rather month, I've had.  I kind of feel like I should pinch myself just to be sure this is all real and that parents and seniors and families all have enough trust and faith in me to capture lifetime memories for them.  Finally, I can put my skill for people-pleasing to good, effective use.

While I'm at it, besides my immediate family, you're the first to know:  I will officially become Aimee Anne Photography.  The name is not taken in the state of Minnesota (yeah, I know, that would've been a stretch, right?) so I'm moving forward.  I've got a couple other decisions to make but that is a HUGE step for me!

Today's photos:  I had fun with two fabulous families today.  One, I've known mom since kindergarten and the other I had the good fortune to meet through Bob and his family.  Seriously, the five kids today were the absolutely cutest and the day was gorgeous with some fall color still hanging in there for us!

Day 297, Project 365

Love the color contrast on our maple tree in the back yard.

Friday, October 23, 2015

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Day 295, Project 365

Well, never say never, but it looks like this was the last game of Kait's high school career.  :(  It's bittersweet, really.  Sad for her, sad that things didn't go the way a kid dreams, sad to not regularly see a great group of parents.  There's a lot of emotion that goes along with all of this and that's some of what I won't miss.  I'm so proud of her, how much she's accomplished, her attitude and her obvious pure love and joy for the game.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015