Family Again

It has been quite the whirlwind since Thursday. We are so happy to have Travis home and I am pretty sure he is happy to be home with us. If you haven’t checked it out, please be sure to visit Monica’s Blog for our homecoming pics.

Friday was busy with Gracie’s follow up at Children’s hospital, dinner out, and a movie. Dinner out was such a nice treat and a paid for by a gift card given to me by one of my clients. Thank you Thank you!!!

Then last night we had a homecoming party for Travis. It was so nice to have all the folks over that have been so supportive of me through all of this. And the today we had a great visit with our friend from Sequim, Tim and Linda. I am always so happy to see them and to think that we met through the tulip fields. I will miss them when we move. 🙂

Today while Tim was here we had a little photo session with Gracie and Hunter. Tim is a landscape photographer, which I am totally alien to, and of course he is totally alien to people shooting. It was neat to actually teach someone everything that I have learned!

I got these few of the girls.

I have been working on my black and whites in photoshop and not using an action to create them. Something we learned last week in PS 201.

I also recieved a gift from Travis’ mom this last week too. A Kodak Hawkeye Brownie. I love it and can’t wait to clean it up, get some film, and see if it will work. I will post pics as soon as I get some for sure.

Travis and I are five sleeps away from our weekend getaway to Whistler. I CAN’T WAIT!!!!

Danielle - March 28, 2011 - 8:15 am

Have a wonderful time this weekend in Whistler. Let me know if we can come over one night this week to hang out with the girls while you guys go out. Isaac asked randomly after church yesterday if we could go to Molly’s house. 🙂

Tim ONeill - March 28, 2011 - 2:11 pm

Nicely done Jenny. I haven’t gotten a look at my few shots yet. Please thank Gracie for posing for me too. I did have too much lens on my camera, and a lot of my shots were just partial faces. I’ll be interested in how the 60 D did with the “Alien conditions” of portrait shooting.

Tim ONeill - March 28, 2011 - 9:26 pm

Couple of BW’s in your email.

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