This year has been a whirlwind of a year. There have been so many beautiful moments and so much joy that we have been able to partake in within our clients and friends lives that have just been incredible. As we were looking through these photos, we were just blown away with the number of people that our lives have intersected with, and the beauty that they have allowed us to see. Whether it is a family with a new baby, or a full of energy toddler, or a wedding day filled with so much love and family bonds, we have been a part of so much life. What a joy, what an honor. Thank you from the very bottom of our hearts to everyone who opened up their lives to us this past year. Here is to you and to us and to the year ahead.
In an attempt to blog a bit more regularly, I am going to have 2 weekly posts. I will most likely write them at night after my little man is upstairs and dreaming of being outside and chickens and goats and milk and crayons. Every (ish) Tuesday I will write about a photo that I have taken that I happen to really really like and then every Thursday I will write something from the heart about our little lives here in Cincinnati. So here it goes!
This photo that doesn’t even have a face in it speaks more volumes to me than many I have taken with big grins. It was snapped during the toasts – the bride and groom sat next to each as they listened to kind words being spoken about them. Their hands gently holding during a sweet moment. You can just imagine the look on their faces, perhaps looking at each other or maybe smiling big, tear-filled smiles at her Dad who was giving the toast. You can see the half empty glass of wine signifying that the night has already begun. I love searching and finding images like this during the day, it’s like a treasure hunt. The treasure is sweet, beautiful, tender moments (not unlike moments that happen all around us all day, everyday) that will now be remembered instead of forgotten.