November: 10-on-10

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July 20th - I spent the day with a Great-Aunt and a cousin, both women int her mid-80s, listening to old family stories, looking through photos and family keepsakes from the past 100+ years, and thoroughly entertained by their commentary about social media. "Do you have that Facebook?" one asked the other "No, I don't need to see what people are doing all day, I don't care what they're eating. I just like my email!" "I don't have it either, I've had enough troubles in my lifetime, I don't need to see any one else's!"

July 21st - spent the day with the loveliest brides, photographing their loveliest day

July 22nd - finished the quick Portland-area trip with a visit to the headstones of two sets of Great-Grandparents, where some of my Grandparents' ashes are also spread

July 23rd - happy to be home again, in the comfort of my chaos

July 24th - late night reading, finally charged the kindles courtesy of endless rain

July 25th - my assistants during a product shoot

July 26th - shadow puppets, way passed bedtime

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July 6th - a week of stars and stripes

July 7th - happy 60th Papa!

July 8th - closing the door on an epic week

July 9th - high-five goodbyes

July 10th - late night drive out-the-road that led to unexpected owlet viewing 

July 11th - late night drive home, that led to the expected cattle viewing 

July 12th - dancing in the headlights

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June 29th - "roll down the window, Mom!"

June 30th - 4th of July camping week begins

July 1st - lunch time, shoveling in noodles rapidly to get back to the excitement of the afternoon

July 2nd - hide-and-seek

July 3rd - I think I have a hundred photos of the kids and this horizon, from the last few days, and I'll probably share them all. epic is an understatement of our week.

July 4th - building their own campfires

July 5th - they hopped between the floaties in the river and the slip-and-slide on the beach, both came with views 

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June 22nd - sparkler season has begun

June 23rd - the never-ending joy one finds with boxes

June 24th - Sunday evening was spent watching a humpback roll in the surf, starting its barnacles. it was so close, you could smell it. this picture doesn't do it justice. the kids constant squeals, pointing their fingers at its every move, shouting "this is like National Geographic!!!" over and over again. It was like Nat Geo, as it'd poke its head up, or wave a fin at us. it was spectacular

June 25th - through the front window

June 26th - two days of solid rain and fog have made for lots of creative fort-building and games and rearranging of rooms and canning food. but it's time to pull out the sunscreen, the forecast head our way is stuff we dream of

June 27th - plotting their nerf gun battle

June 28th -hair like Poppy's, at midnight

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