The highlight of the trip was definitely my cousin's wedding. I had the honor and privilege of being the photographer for the occasion. I absolutely LOVE weddings. They are so beautiful and make you believe in love and commitment for life. I would never want to be a wedding photographer, however. It's just not my gig. I would much rather be the sappy girl watching with tears in her eyes. But this was a gorgeous outdoor wedding at Spring Mill State Park, and I think the images will be just gorgeous, even though I am no wedding photographer!
My Mickey was the flower girl and my Haley Bug was a junior bridesmaid. They were so beautiful!
But, I mean, check out the bride and groom! They're sexy and they know it! haha
When I got home and started looking through the images, I was just breath taken by the amount of love they clearly have for each other pouring out of these images. Amazing. I am working hard to be able to share all of them with them soon - I know they are going to love them! Here is just one that I fell in love with. ♥
Being back home is nice because it is hard to travel with babies. There is so much for them to get into and by golly, my babies are on a darn good schedule at home and I LOVE that! It's pretty impossible without the comforts of home to keep that up, and that makes it kind of hard. But I have to say, these are such good babies! They do pretty good, especially Carly. She really is so much like Haley in that she totally goes with the flow. Callie is a little more high maintenance, but even she is pretty good compared to Mickey as a baby! haha I will say, after spending so much time with all my loved ones, it's pretty lonely here at home. But, it is what it is. I've just got to suck it up and push on! What other choice have I got, right? I'm going to keep smiling, even if I have to force it! ;-)
I made it back for Zumba one day and then Callie got sick, so now I am stuck homebound. I hope she gets better fast and it doesn't make the rounds! I need my gym time for SANITY! hehe
My message in closing today is, if you have people you love nearby, don't take it for granted! Take the time to spend quality time with them. It seems in this day of technology families are spending far less time together, far less time getting together for holidays and Sunday dinners. I wish so much that I had the opportunity to do these things, because I would do it frequently and I would cherish every minute of it! Besides, we are not guaranteed tomorrow. We never know when today was our last tomorrow, so don't put things off for tomorrow! Seize the day ... CARPE DIEM! :-)