First of all~thanks for all the nice birthday wishes on my facebook page…seriously, 4 yrs ago, I would have been lucky if I got a card from my grandma and a belated text two days later from my supposed BFF…but now, facebook makes us all feel loved for the day. And really, is there a greater gift than that?!
On a sad note, I got a call from the hubs yesterday about our dog Mick. He has a tumor or mass the size of a grapefruit (holy huge) in his tummy…and we have to decide when to put the old man down. He’s been part of our family for 13 years, we are really going to miss him I really wish that the vets would just TELL us when we have to do it. Can’t they say, “your dog is suffering, take 3 days to say goodbye, then bring him back Monday at 9am”? Is that the easy way out? I don’t like the feeling of playing God. He still seems ‘okay’ (relatively, he’s old and deaf and has major arthritis), and he still goes to work every day with my husband. So how do you just make the decision to end their life? If only Mickerdoodle could talk to us…isn’t there a pet psychic hotline I could call? Anyhoo…that news was a total buzz kill on my facebook lovefest. Did that sound self-absorbed? My apologies…just trying to lighten the mood!
I have a fabulous session to share today! I can’t believe I missed putting this on the blog earlier in the year…granted, we shot this in early Nov, which is still crazy season for photographers. So, now that she’s graduated, I’ll share her session!!
We went to a cool ‘junkyard’ in the cities, it was awesome…really wish it wasn’t over an HOUR away…bummer. Anyways, we had fun going from junk pile to junk pile finding cool ‘sets’ and props to use!
Last shot of the day…found this awesome suitcase laying on the side of the road…bonus~there were no critters living inside it!