Ok…I know it’s still September, but the days are getting shorter and cooler. I love fall mornings, soft, cool, and clear even when there’s fog. I know that doesn’t seem to make much sense….but foggy mornings –crisp, cool, and soft —make me feel more clear minded.
Fall is an awesome time! You get to dress up, bake, eat, and spend time with friends! Who doesn’t enjoy things like that? So, tell me what you like about the season! I am listening….(leave a comment or email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Pumpkin pies, Pumpkin latte’, Pumpkins and decorations…witches, ghosts, and goblins of all shapes and sizes with all manners of scare levels!
I would love for you to share your photos and costume ideas here with us in cyberspace! I have seen costumes of the goriest, creepiest kind and the ones who really have fun with body painted on costumes and the cutest kids costumes both homemade and purchased…..
Come and have fun with us! Call and book a photo fun Halloween session with your friends! Now that is an AWESOME FUN time!! (918) 381-7972! And don’t forget to share your stories and ideas here!
Ok…I know the holidays bring stress and extra items for that “to do” list. However, you have to admit they also give you something to remember, and to look forward to.
Ok so some would rather just look forward to them being over….but not me! 😀
I love fall and the holidays that the season brings! Being September…Labor Day is over. Summer activities are gone…and next comes Halloween!
So….I want to hear what you are dressing as this Halloween. I would love to do a costume shoot with you and a bunch of friends! Come on! Be a kid again! Dress up and have fun. I am dying to hear your ideas!
Check out some of these websites for ideas for or additions to your costume this year!
Remembering is key to not repeating…learning from the past.
September 11, 2001 is one of those days that will live and be remembered for a long time to come. It ranks with April 19th, 1995, November 22nd, 1963….to name a few.
There is unity ESPECIALLY in the face of tragedy. Those are the times that no matter who you are or how connected to the incident you are, you remember where you were, what you were doing, and how you felt at that moment in time.
Not many memories offer that stark of a contrast to life nor do those memories bring such heartfelt compassion for friends, neighbors, and even strangers.
We are a blessed nation….we fight for our freedom…we should never take it for granted for there are those who experience these tragedies and other atrocities on a more regular basis…they are still fighting.
God bless our Nation, our Soldiers, our Heroes….and those who support them!
Each plays an important role…for none could do one without the other.