This is some of the most life changing and meaningful work I’ve ever done. I usually do not cross post with my personal blog and my photo page, but I think it’s vital to understand the work and what experience I had on a personal level within my job. I am blessed, humbled and forever grateful for the opportunity to travel to Guatemala and share life with these children and this medical team.
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What a beautiful day out at Brown’s Park. The lighting was gorgeous, as were the colors. The Johnsons have recently had a new addition to their crew. These two sisters are pretty darn sweet and I would bet are keeping mom and dad pretty busy 🙂
Thank you so much for the opportunity to capture your family’s smiles.
I love telling stories and it’s an honor to tell a small part of other’s journey. Meet Nora, the miracle baby who made her way into this world under difficult conditions, yet she is thriving, living, loving and laughing. So many things in Nora’s life have been miracles, in the obstacles she and her family have overcome, and yet here comes another one. Miss Nora is going to be a big sister, a feet once though not possible. Nora, I hope you had the best 2nd birthday and I bet having a sibling might just be one of the best presents ever.
The amazing story of two who loved, and chose to take separate paths many years ago, but fate brought them back together 20 years later to reunite. I get goosebumps when I think of these two’s story. I was honored to capture this wedding and it was pretty special as I went to school with both of them as well. The love is undeniable. The photos tell the story, I’ve never witnessed two people so deeply in love, and time has nothing on them. Congratulations to you both and your families. So very happy for you and thank you for the opportunity.
Sometimes the weather does NOT cooperate with photo-day. I am thankful to Brown’s Memorial Home(https://www.brownmemorialfoundation.com/brown-memorial-home) for allowing us to step inside and do some of the session on the porch and inside the home. I’m also grateful you cannot tell this is a cold and rainy day! 🙂
I am so blessed to know these people. Mrs. Cook is part of the reason I recently went to The Eagle’s Nest orphanage (http://www.eaglesnestint.org/) in Guatemala through an organization called the Orphan Door (http://www.theorphandoor.org/). I am forever grateful that God opened a door for me to be a part of the Medical missions team, and she was the messenger. Thank you. If it wasn’t for this family, and their willingness to allow God to use them, we wouldn’t have been introduced to the life changing experiences of international missions. Thank you for your encouragement and inspiration.
I have no idea what is next for you all, but I have a feeling it will be amazing. Though we live in a fallen and broken world, the Lord is present everywhere, His light shines through… if we just look for it!
Thank you for the opportunity to capture your family. You all are amazing people and I am honored to know you, even if it’s a little bit.