Rainbow Session After The Storm

April 22, 2020  •  Leave a Comment

I started off my day getting ready for work and right before I walked out of the door I realized I had to look for my laptop purse. So I started to look, walking back and forth, up the stairs and down the stairs, this room to that room, side to side and I kept saying where on earth would I put that thing. I checked in all the usual places I might have set it and it could not be. After a solid ten minutes I started to get a little too warm so I said to myself "okay I better take my jacket off" so I set my laptop purse down to take my jacket off.. errr wait what ? Yup. There it was.  My laptop purse sitting comfortably on my shoulder THE ENTIRE DANG TIME. Lord please help me, there is not enough coffee to get me through the day. The morning continued to follow that pattern so thank God I was able to remember where I lived and remember my keys - i'm home now and i'm calling it a miracle, a win most importantly, a blessing.

This pandemic is reaching people differently.  Most days I am okay but some days it's like my brain is left off the charger all night.

Everyone is definitely dealing with it differently. Some people are angry, scared, sad, cant focus, can't sleep, can't stop sleeping, can't stop eating, wont eat etc. Considering I couldn't find the bag I was wearing for ten minutes the chances of me putting together any kind of poetic post to help you feel better about what's happening int he world is slim.  All I can say is you're not alone even though it feels like you are.

I was pretty discouraged that we had to stay home for Easter since it is, by far, my favorite "holiday" and now possibly Mother's Day as well? I am really missing my family, I miss hugging my little cousins, I really miss seeing my friend's and their beautiful babies and honestly I miss just the normal routine. I know you are as well.
If you're like me you are also stuck in your home realizing you haven't had updated family photos in HOW LONG?! Too long!

This is the perfect time for me to let you know about my Rainbow Sessions. These are special gift cards made specifically for this pandemic. There is a rainbow on the front of the card, an encouraging poem inside and a place to write your little note of love and encouragement to your loved ones.  This card is also a gift card for an extended family photo session. This will make the perfect gift to send love, hope and encouragement to someone you love.

 

These sessions are geared for extended family sessions or friends that are family and these sessions are also discounted to $250.00 during the pandemic. A special gift to send to someone that needs a little hope and encouragement. Once the social distancing is lifted the sessions will go back to their regular price of $295.


A typical extended family session of mine is a variety of groupings. We start with the entire family and then break it down. Grandparents with their grandkids, grandparents with their kids, grandkids only, individual families and whatever else we can come up with. It's honestly a really great deal and definitely my favorite type of session!

If you're doing friends that are family I just ask you to be honest with who you invite. Please not the whole neighborhood but truly your friends that make up your extended family.

With my extended family sessions you're given a link to view, share shop and download your images. The images I share are unlimited - this means you will get what I shoot. There are no hidden fees and my images are not capped at 15-20 images. Depending on the cooperation of the family you could easily get 100-200 photos! 


The sessions are non-refundable but there is no expiration. 
If you're interested shoot me an email [email protected] or click the link below! 

 

Click to purchase your "Rainbow Session - After the Storm". We stayed apart so we could be together.
 

 

Better day's are coming, keep your head up <3
And what better way to celebrate after the storm than with a photo session with people you love.


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