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View of Rotterdam from Central Station.

Rotterdam: The Beginning of Us

Our story began in The Netherlands. It officially began in the city of Rotterdam. I was 18. In September of 1992, IView full post »

Haunting art work floating in the canal in Delft.

A Stroll Through Delft

A warm summer breeze is blowing as I type this blog on my outdoor patio. A hint of autumn is in the air and I’mView full post »

Farewell cookout with our dear friends.

The Friends We Left Behind

So, the Return to Delft series continues, as I promised! This blog is dedicated to all the beautiful friends we leftView full post »

Beautiful bike with flowers parked alongside a canal in beautiful Delft.

Return to Delft

As the plane made it’s descent to Schipol Airport, I could scarcely believe we were returning home toView full post »

Mom with all three kids in Burlington, NC

They Call me “Mom”

This was my first Mother’s Day being shorter than all my kids. There’s something inherently wrong with aView full post »

Wind blown model in Burlington, NC

All About the Light

Sometimes the light falls just right and all you have to do is walk out the front door to create magic! I love the factView full post »


Our Rising Tide

“A rising tide lifts all boats.”* A few months ago, I took a leap for myself. Being a creativeView full post »

The Leaving

It’s been over two weeks. Two weeks to process and adjust. He was fine. Happy as a lark. It was me; me that hadView full post »

An Unexpected Exchange

An unexpected exchange. I received a Facebook message from my friend Kim. Her son takes lessons at Lee Brothers. LeeView full post »

The Legacy

They are still here. But, they’ve already left us a legacy. A legacy they are still living, day in…dayView full post »

What I Keep

Do you remember the summers of your childhood? Do you remember how summer seemed to stretch out endlessly before you,View full post »

Photographing a Toddler

There is nothing more challenging than photographing a toddler. Nothing. There is also nothing more fun…andView full post »

The Blessing

The Blessing. Isaiah 44:3 “For I will pour water on the thirsty land, and streams on the dry ground; I will pourView full post »

New Year, New Beginnings!

Happy New Year! Even as I type those words, it’s hard to believe I am writing my first blog for the year 2015.View full post »

Senior Session: Judah

My son. I remember. I remember the day he was born. I remember his Oma saying, “This is my son!”, becauseView full post »

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