Call me better late than never. I mean, sometimes I’m working on something, find a folder full of images and fall in love all over again. Then I realized I never blogged them. Because we allllll know how excellent I am at blogging.
First and foremost I will say this has been a good blogging go for me lately. Which, I believe, I should be celebrated and rewarded for. Someone, immediately come buy me a coffee. Oh wait, today I happen to be writing at Starbucks drinking said coffee. Thank you for the coffee, it’s super good.
It’s in my phone, you see. A reminder to blog, that is, and when a task comes up in your phone, it is actually against the law (in most states, not sure about Texas…) to ignore it. Therefore, when my phone says, ‘hello, it’s time to blog’, I must comply. But just to be clear, it rarely says hello. It’s hardly ever that friendly.
Good grief, one should not blog when extremely tired. At least I think I’m funny.
Let’s try this again. Meet Sarah, she is mama to 5 beautiful blessings. Of those five, I’ve had the joy of documenting the most recent two with maternity photography sessions.
I love this girl for many reasons. She is beautiful, fun, kind, an amazing mama and has an extremely dry sense of humor. #mypeople
When I lived in California, I lived in the southern California mountains, as does Sarah. If you have been born and raised here in south Florida, you really may have no concept of what I am about to say, it’s rather…. flat here. But our home, in those mountains, was up high at 7000 feet. That’s 7000 feet ABOVE sea level. I actually think Florida may be under sea level?? Either way, you get many things at 7000 feet…seasons, colors, pumpkin spiced lattes with the right smell in the air… sigh. But you also get a whole lot of cold. It seems like whenever poor Sarah had a photography session, it was so very cold. I told her for her last maternity session all I wanted to do was throw her in the lake and ‘grab some water shots’ but since she was pregnant and it was only 32 outside, I would make an exception… you’re welcome Sarah.
So, since she was in south Florida for the 5th little one and the waters here are basically bathtubs all year round, I decided my dream was about to come true. She was kind enough to comply, or at least put up with me. I chose one of the beaches on the islands just north of West Palm Beach area, which it’s pretty hard to go wrong with. Probably why they call it the Treasure Coast…. (I’m new here and apparently slow…) Because it was “fall” here (I use that term extremely lightly and yes, I told you I just found these and realized I never blogged them), the waves were a little intense by south Florida standards. Still, very cute and adorable by California standards so I don’t think she minded much, maybe the baby will be a surfer??
Anyway, I wanted to share them, both because I’m missing her and I think she is just the coolest combination of drop dead gorgeous and amazingly adorable that you can get as a human.
PS. Her kids are just as cute. All five of them.