Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
Hi Stephanie! I sent a friend request so we would be able to send messages to one another. Can you send/ message me your email addy so I can email you my Rates for Custom Photo Announcements, Cards, Invitations Etc.
Amazing pictures on your blog! I had a charm necklace that said live-love-laugh when I was a kid. Words to live by! I am new to blogging and just started my own. You can find me at http://www.thetamom.com
With the little bit I read about you, I've been inspired.
I've always loved photography, but in recent months, I have fallen head over heels for it; like you said in one of your posts, you cant even explain how it makes you feel.
I just got my first DSLR a few weeks ago, a NikonD60, and Mr. Niko D is my best friend lol. I not only want to be a great mom photographer, but right now, all I can think about is maybe doing this as a side gig someday. Imagine.
I'd love to get pointers from you. Howd you do it? How long have you been taking pics? And professionally? With that said, congrats on your first 'wedding'! What a dream!
Hello Stepahnie~Thank you for the welcome. Prosser is located in Central Washington between Yakima and Tri-Cities in the heart of Wine Country! I visited your blog and have added myself as a follower hope you don't mind! ;)
Hey -- thanks for the comment on my blog design; yes, I did it myself (and just changed it again this afternoon). I use GIMP (which is a free program you can download) but I'm switching to PhotoShop soon. Honestly, it's fairly easy to design your own layouts -- I learned over the summer. . . and used that info to start a blog design business.
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