Category Archives: Document Living

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Friendship Day

Friendship Day is August 6th. Friends are a valuable asset and we all have those friends who are always there for us. This day is not really a thing in the USA but I really […]

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Back to School

Back to school time is almost here! Are you and your munchkins ready for the summer to come to an end? I would guess you are but the kids just aren’t as excited. Unless they […]

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Summer Time Fun

Summer is the time for fun. When you think summer, you think long days and cool nights. Drinks by the pool. S’mores around the firepit. Friends and family linger a little longer. Children want to […]

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Thanksgiving Documentary Sessions

Thanksgiving will be here before you know it. Have you ever thought to document your Thanksgiving holiday? You make your list, check it twice, before heading out to the store. Documenting your trip to the […]

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Fall into a documentary session

Fall is my favorite time of year. Growing up in Wisconsin, I always loved watching the leaves start to change color. The air would get crisper. The hoodies would come out of storage, along with […]

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Get in photos, mom!

May 14th is the day we set aside to honor mom. We like to give them at least one day off during the year from all they do for us. We make them breakfast, sometimes […]

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But why do I need a documentary portrait session?

Life changes constantly. You may not notice the little nuances on a daily basis but they are there. Tomorrow something will be different from today and yesterday. You, your significant other, your kids will never […]

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Small Business Spotlight: Desert Belle Arabians

I love shopping and eating at a small business, even while traveling. It can be a challenge for several reasons. One, it is usually more expensive and two, I have celiac disease and can’t just […]

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