With all this talk of moving and critters and money woes, it would be easy to think that I've lost perspective and have lost sight of what is truly important; devolving into a full-on never-been-through-crisis whiny blogger.
But I want to assure you that I have not. Last month, Shelba organized a photography workshop for a number of fellow photo-geeks. When she called to say she needed kids for a photo shoot, I excitedly gathered my kids (blessedly, with my mom's help - she was in town) and headed off to a local historical park. Hannah was her usual reserved self around these strangers, but many of them used her
contrary shy nature to their advantage (my favorite was the woman who dared her, "Don't you smile at me!" BRILLIANT!). Yesterday, the CD Shelba compiled of the pictures of my girls arrived. And they were so beautiful, it quite literally took my breath away.
There is nothing in the world so important as this. Nothing. And nothing can be wrong in my world so long as I have my husband and my girls by my side. Nothing.
You must go see the rest. And as soon as I can (when Shelba returns from her fun-filled vacation) I'll give credit where it's due to each photographer.