I’ve said it before, but will never take it lightly, I take to heart the stories shared before me, realize and respect deeply the strength required to share vulnerability the peaks and valleys, the reasons we are the way we are. And although the tangible evidence of love and acceptance and history that photographs provide […]

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The yard where they chased their dog and greeted their neighbors and started their walks into the city. The steps they carried their boys up for the very first time, tenderly, cautiously, excitedly through the doorway into their home, into their together. This afternoon where one corralled a roly poly and another took more steps […]

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There was a peace inside their home. A quiet resolve, steadied by storm. Because faith stays under seed husk until the clouds come, and until the rain falls, will not sprout, reach, bury, bud into root. See, four months of her life had held more than many a lifetime, and today what is left after the flood of […]

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A few years ago, with the choice of steady resolve, breathing in the calm after the storm, they were three. I’ll never forget her words to me then, “We are a different family than we would have been.” But her story wasn’t over. They’ve journeyed more dark valleys since the sunshine of the day we walked […]

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  • Janet - So touching, brave, beautiful story! Love to Kristen, Matt, Grant, and Cole.
    Beautiful, sensitive photography and video. Thank you for sharing.ReplyCancel