Category Archives: lifestyle

Hanging on to summer

What a summer we’ve had!  I realize it’s now officially “Fall” but I wanted to share another session from earlier this year. It’s Friday, so this one is short on words, but big on energy. … this adorable family and all … Continue reading

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Back to school

To all the kids out there heading back to school – homeschool, new school, new classes, new teachers, new friends… Continue reading

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A walk in the woods

Fall seems so long ago, doesn’t it? The warm sun, the cool breezes, the breath-taking colours that hung around for so many wonderful weeks… it was a glorious fall. Don’t get me wrong – I’ve really enjoyed this winter.  The snow, … Continue reading

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A walk along the Mill Race

When I first moved to the Waterloo area I had *no* idea what a “mill race” was. An event? Like where you run? Past a mill? I’m not a big fan of running… A kindly friend enlightened me (after he’d … Continue reading

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Playing at Kate’s Place

When I asked my friend if she had location ideas for our upcoming family session in her neck of the woods, her response was almost immediate. How about Kate’s Place?  My kids love to play there. Perfect. Kate’s Place for … Continue reading

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Shoot the moon

The conversation with Shirley started something like this: Hey Jennie!  Have you ever done a full moon shoot? Me: No, but that sounds like a LOT of fun!! Now before you start wondering, or choke on your coffee, let’s clear … Continue reading

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Graduation portraits ~ Emily

Graduating from high-school is a big deal.  I mean, a REALLY big deal.  I’m not sure who it’s bigger for though… the student, or the parents.  My own graduation was full of the fun and pomp and ceremony popular at … Continue reading

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