I absolutely love the first ride of the season………… so does Tech
Spring is just around the corner, the snow is melting and love is in the air; well for Michelle and Brian at least.
When I am not rolling around, getting slobbered on and taking pictures of the four legged members of the family; I have the privilege of photographing weddings with the very talented Nikki Nicole of Nikki Nicole Photography out of Wethersfield, CT.
Michelle + Brian were an absolute blast to work with and I wish them all the best!
All these images were shot with Nikki Nicole, which means you should definitely head on over and check out her BLOG!
It’s raining cats and dogs; well more like large prehistoric cats and dogs.. the kind of cats and dogs that would have roamed around with T-Rex and probably would have eaten us if they saw us.
I rocked out a bunch of stuff today which was nice since the to-do list was getting out of hand and guess what arrived at the door today!?
My business cards!!! They came out freakin amazing, I am so excited; what a way to brighten up this dull day.
I hope none of you let the rain ruin your St.Patty’s day celebrations.
Tech started to eat one of the cards in the middle of taking this picture, I am sure you can guess which one
“Can I have a business card?”
We actually have two dogs that roam the house: Tech and Jake.
Jake has never been formally introduced. Tech is food smart, Jake is street smart. His full name is actually Jake The Snake if you aren’t into the whole brevity thing.
We and by we I mean my parents rescued Jake, he is a retired racing greyhound(if you didn’t gather that from his name). He retired at the ripe ‘ol age of 3 or 21 in dog years…. either way he’s livin the good life.
The two get along very well until they get outside. Jake’s idea of fun is running around and basically chasing Tech down and nipping him on the butt. Tech now realizes when Jake starts running on a tear in the backyard it is time to high-tail it to the porch or behind the wood pile.
Our dog herd of two.
Emma the socialite, she didn’t always have to be the center of attention, but she certainly wanted to be with everyone all the time.
She was also the household hoover vacuum cleaner, but I suppose any dog that lives with a two year old will begin to understand that only about 1/2 of what is on their plate will actually make it into their mouth; the other half will inevitably fall on the floor.
Landon was the little guy generous enough to donate half of lunch to Emma.
What a great duo Emma and Landon made; I enjoyed every second of their company