Jason and Rachel are a ton of fun, even if they are Red Sox fans. They had a beautiful ceremony at the Baughman Center in Gainesville, Fl officiated by Chad Reed. Once the formalities were over, it was on to the party at our favorite location, the Thomas Center. (I understand they still have leftover beer and wine - even after an after wedding party, the Superbowl and a Get Rid of Wedding booze party - wow, how much did you buy?) Their families are wonderful and funny! Jason- did you know Rachel dated so many guys??? Rachel’s dad had all of Rachel’s x-boyfriends sign a letter that they acknowledge that Rachel is off the market. Every guy in the room stood up and walked up to Jason to hand him the “contract”. It was hilarious! Funniest toast in history.
They danced and partied into the night. I heard the party finished at the bride and grooms house around 2am. Very impressive, your friends and family know how to party.
Pictures should be ready for the first look in a few more weeks, but these should hold you over until then.
We took Emily out to kanapaha Botanical Gardens for the outside portion of her Senior Session. What great pictures! Emily was so much fun, even though she was sick. Impressive. We wish Emily the best of luck at whatever college she chooses.
Connor is such a little cutie! And you’ve got to love the hat. Amanda said that is one of 6 or 7 hats that he owns and he loves them! No tearing them off his head like most kids. He is so much fun in the studio. Mom and dad had a hard time choosing. It is amazing how quick time flies, Connor is 9 months old. Check back in a few months to see his one year picture. I can gaurentee it will be very cute!
We got some very sad news last week that Habitat for Humanity founder, Millard Fuller, had passed away. Millard was an inspiration to millions. A millionaire many times over, during a time of change in his life, Millard gained a new focus on his life, and that was when he decided to sell all of his possessions, give the money to the poor and devote his life to what his mentor, Clarence Jordan called â€˜incarnational evangelismâ€™ … that is, putting flesh into Godâ€™s teachings to help the hungry, the naked, the thirsty, the sick and to make a difference in their lives.â€
Millard has left a great legacy to this world. In interviews with the Fullers, Linda his wife, has been quoted saying â€œthat great strides have been made toward fulfilling Millardâ€™s vision of eliminating poverty housing around the world, but there is still much to carry on with faith and strength.â€
To read the full article about his funeral please visit:
Millard was a great man, our hearts and prayers go out to his family. We hope everyone will help to keep his vision alive of eliminating poverty housing. Please picking up a hammer and help building a home or donating to your local Habitat For Humanity.
This photos of Linda and Millard was taken by Gregg at the 2002 Jimmy Carter Work Project in South Africa.
To all those love birds out there, Valentine’s day is right around the corner. Start planning now for the gift for that special someone that they won’t forget. Got kids? What could be better than a black and white portrait. Pets? Have you thought about cute pet portraits of you and your 4 legged critter? We have… enjoy Jeter’s February creation.