Monthly Archives: June 2011

A Really Bully (By Lyndsey Fox)

(I am out of town this week, and as you can see by the lack of posts this week, I am finding it difficult to get on the internet.  Today I bring you a post written by writer extradorinaire, Lyndsey … Continue reading

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To the Significant Others:

1.  It is not my job to be sexy for you. 2.  It is not my job to make you happy. 3.  It is not my job to make you feel good. 4.  It is not my job to make … Continue reading

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Keep me in Style

I haven’t knit anything in months.  That’s weird.  But I am ready to pick up the needles again and this time I think I finally feel brave enough to knit something for myself!  Here’s the thing though – I need … Continue reading

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Give Them What They Deserve

I was in line at the grocery store today when I saw something that has disturbed my peace of mind all day long.  There was a little boy playing by himself in the aisle.  He tried to pull a small bouncy … Continue reading

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I believe in . . .

Sometimes people ask me if it is hard to be divorced and be a wedding photographer.  They wonder if it is sad for me to spend so much time documenting other people in love when my own marriage shattered to pieces.  … Continue reading

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Ten Ways to feel Awesome . . .

Because when you feel Awesome, you can be Awesome. 1.  Give something away.  A compliment, a card, a loaf of bread, a flower, an old jacket.  2.  Open a window.  Listen, feel, and breathe whatever is on the other side. 3. … Continue reading

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Totally Out of Control

If you’re anything like me, you do a lot of talking.  Sometimes I actually stop and listen to myself.  Recently I’ve heard myself saying the same thing quite often and it finally struck me as something worth listening to.  Lately, … Continue reading

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