Monthly Archives: April 2008

Coloring

I pulled out my paints today to work on a commissioned piece and as I’m getting the paint wet, I can’t believe how long it’s been since I’ve painted. Years! I’ve just recently posted a handful of my paintings on Flickr and it’s been such a boost to hear feedback again. I use to get…

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  • Tiffany Montgomery

    I am so happy to see you do this again! You have such an amazing talent! I have loved the pieces you have done for us through the years! 🙂

Mother, Child, Love {Utah County Child Photography}

One day I counted your fingers and kissed each one. Someday your eyes will be filled with a joy so deep that they shine. Someday you will call a song to the wind, and the wind will carry your song away. Thanks Bridget and Boston for a perfect day. Text from the book “Someday” by…

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  • Brittany

    I so very much miss those days when I had my one first little one, and things were at a slower pace and life seemed easier to enjoy. -sigh 🙂

  • Heather Keele

    These are so gorgeous – I love the blossom-y background. Isn’t spring (when it actually feels like spring) nice?

  • Bridget

    Oh Lauri we had so much fun! That really was one of those perfect days… thank you for the beautiful pics. 🙂 I can still smell the blossoms that were everywhere when I see these pictures.

Etsy Wednesday

I immediately loved this little skirt the moment I saw it on Etsy.  Dress-up was a big part of the fun memories I have with my nieces (who are more like sisters).  Not that we had anything like this, but we sure would have loved to twirl around the backyard in it. Bohemian Patchwork Twirl…

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Flashback Friday

Jack, January 16. 2008 His face has changed in three months.  Since then, there’s fullness in his cheeks, and another chin, and his sparkly eyes have awakened.

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1621 State St.

.There’s this abandoned old home in American Fork that I badly want to do a photo shoot at.  I have a feeling it will be torn down soon since the land around it is becoming large apartment monsters.  It is the most charming little farm house and I can just image the family life lived…

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  • Heather Keele

    These pictures are so great – I love old houses and I often wonder the same thing (like who lived there) whenever I pass them. Kevin and I have a dream of someday getting an old house and renovating it. Hopefully, there will still be some left by then!

  • OOOOOOoo, choose us, choose us! 😀

  • Cathy Kimball

    I have often wondered about this house myself. I also like to drive down streets with older homes and think about the lives that were lived during the early years of the homes. Especially if it is a run down neighborhood. I just know there were wonderful families there who loved there homes.

  • seems we have much more in common than we thought:) oh how i love old places!

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