The city of Seattle is rallying behind the Seahawks by lighting up various buildings with the number 12 (for the 12th man). Here’s a photo of the Seattle Skyline at night, with the 12th man on the right and the Needle on the left.
Angela is one of the sweetest and most hardworking people I have met. I’ve gotten the chance to work with her over the past few years and recommend her with the highest accolades. Recently, she asked me to take some family photos for her, and here they are! What an honor and a delight! Angela just had her second daughter (she’s only 2 months old!) and her older daughter should probably become a child model because her expressions are phenomenal! Thanks for the opportunity Angela. And for those of you in need of a great real estate agent, please visit her website and contact her.
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A huge thanks to Angela and family for such a fun time!
There’s something to be said for pushing out of our comfort zones. It’s practically inevitable that despite our creative energy, we fall into routines and rhythms. This little project, that I did with my friend Carly earlier this year, was an effort by both her and myself to try something new, to push outside of our creative boundaries. As with all things new, it’s a work in progress, but just wanted to share a snapshot of our journey. I’m so excited to grow in 2014, and to pursue more personal projects.
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We become friends with so many people in life, ultimately searching for that special person. You know, the one who creates an awakening within our soul. As if we experience an awareness of who we are, and who we can become. We yearn to find a soul mate, that person who, when you look into their eyes, can make time stop and the world spin. And you don’t want it to end, so you do everything to keep it – you feed it with trust, commitment, and sacrifice. Both of you know this is bigger than you could have ever imagined, and you finally understand why you’ve been searching. So when you look at her, you can’t help but smile, and you can’t help but want to love her, and care for her and with everything in your power you want her to be happy.
Prior to the wedding, Kyle and Christine’s closest friends & family took a moment to tell them a few special words.
The wedding details brought a personal touch of Kyle and Christine to the venue & ceremony – you could feel their country spirit.
One of my favorite moments was when Kyle saw Christine for the first time – his face lit up and they were so happy together completely immersed in that moment.
S’mores bar and lots of cowboy / cowgirl boots at the wedding! It was so much fun!
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Here are some photos from Kyle and Christine’s awesome 4-wheelin’ engagement session.