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Writers Quote Wednesday: Louisa May Alcott

Born in 1832, Louisa May Alcott was an American novelist best known for her books, Little Women, Little Men, and Jo’s Boys.  She grew up in New England among well-known intellectuals and writers of the day including Nathaniel Hawthorne, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Henry David Thoreau. 169 more words


Theo. newborn.

The full moon brought three sweet tiny people to my shoot schedule these past few weeks, and I couldn’t be happier. Photographing newborns is like taking a deep breath in and exhaling slowly. 122 more words

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Cole. Love. Thugs. & kisses.

High school. Gosh, what fun it is to relive the good old days. It was a few weeks back when Cole’s mommy contacted me with a Valentine’s day theme she wanted to do for her boy. 93 more words

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love is A beautiful mess.

Oh, my little valentine. I never knew what on earth would I do with a boy. Every ounce of me was girl. Someone knew exactly what they were doing when they tossed this beaming boy into my world. 152 more words

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A Brother's Duty

The other day, I just felt this sudden burst of gratitude for the wonderfulness of my family. I’ve been richly blessed with each of my eight family members (parents included). 884 more words



Christmas program in Aud. last 2 periods. Went to library with Mary. Got “Little Men,” “Little Women,” “Midsummer,” and “Midwinter.” Got a letter from the girls at the Curley School — Margaret MacFarlane, etc.


John. 3 months.

Oh, this guy! As I go through these images all I can see are those dark gorgeous eyes. This little man was truly enchanting and his mom and dad were absolutely in love with that face. 141 more words

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