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For years I have admired her work and have had such pleasure watching her blossom into an amazing photographer. I’m honored to call her a friend. I am no Summer Lacey, but with a lot of hand-holding and help from her I am hoping to grow in my macro photography this year. This is my very first attempt of 2011 in that area. As I was shooting the words: “What Would Summer Do?” kept flashing in my head. I have a lot to live up to if she is going to be my mentor.:)

If you are in need of some eye candy, head over to Summer’s site and view her lovely breaths of nature, and other gorgeousness caught with her creative eye, and the magic she works with her macro lens. You can thank me later!;)

Smiles From the Heart:

Sweet encouraging words from friends and family. I am so blessed by you all!

Being a shoulder that a friend could lean on. Not sure if I have the right words or answers, but I try. And I am touched knowing that she was comfortable enough to come to me. <3

My daughters creative art creations. Art is interpretive, and she was hilarious interpreting hers on the steamy shower door.

A great first day back at school for my littleman!

All of the new dances he learned in P.E class.

Hubby safely arriving in California!

Pure  joy.

January 5, 2011 - 10:41 am

Summer Lacey - You are one of the sweetest and kindest people I know! You are inspirational and creative on your own. I’m so so blessed to have you in my life. You have helped me so much these past few weeks more then I can ever express!! xoxox

January 4, 2011 - 8:39 am

Jeannine - Love, love, love this picture. It speaks of such tranquility, and yet the berries just pop. I am so happy that you are doing this. I feel like you are here with me everyday when you blog. LOL.

January 10, 2011 - 10:27 pm

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