>Yesterday, my friends and I continued our tradition of having our picture taken with Santa at the mall. Yes, I know it’s cheesy but we’ve done it for the past 7 years now so it’s my official start of the Holiday season. I love looking at each of the pics and seeing how our lives have progressed. When we started, we were just 3 married friends with no kids. Now, there are 5 kids total and a lot of memories. The talk has changed from gossiping about work life to chatting about tantrums and politics. M & C, I think we’re maturing! Or maybe not since we still sit on Santa’s lap.
Can you believe how fast kids grow and change? I always get nostalgic when I look back at my daughters’ pictures. I’m sure they think that I’m the crazy mom who always has a camera in their faces, but I’m afraid my memory will fade and I don’t want to lose all those beautiful memories. Plus, it’s always good to have embarrassing photos to share with their friends as they get older. 🙂
See what photo restoration can do? Over the past 3o+ years, the photos on the left have faded and lost their true colors. Ok, I just started writing and I’ve already referred to 2 songs. If you have no idea what I’m referring to, ignore me – it’s 1am. If you have old or damaged photos you want to restore, contact me for individual pricing. Thanks!
>JMP is now offering slideshow montages of all the portraits from your session. The web quality version is included with your portrait session. A high res DVD can be purchased for only $50. This is all thanks to my techy husband!