The Silent Happy Ending, Chris + Amanda Marland Mansion Wedding {Oklahoma Wedding Photographer, Destination Wedding Photographer}…


There is something to be said for perfect timing.  Chris and Amanda’s wedding day timeline was exactly that, perfect.  I’ve shot a lot of weddings. A lot.  Every couple makes their own decision on if they want to see each other before the wedding in what’s called a “first look.”  It’s the time we set aside for a bride and groom to see each other, alone, before the ceremony while we photograph it.  Typically, grooms are more emotional in a first look, and feel comfortable enough to react authentically rather than having 300 wedding guests staring at their reaction.  First looks are great for many reasons, one of which is you can photograph EVERYTHING with the family, bridesmaids and groosmens, and the couple before the ceremony, no waiting to go to your reception. However, first looks aren’t for everyone.  Some couples, like Chris and Amanda, just don’t want to do that before the ceremony.

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Here’s where their timing was spot on.  They chose not to do the first look, but fully understood that the use of time for photographs needed to be well planned.  They understood the importance of moving from one thing to the next right after the ceremony, because they wanted to stack most of the photography time in front of the ceremony.


Immediately after the sand was poured and the couple was announced…

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They wasted no time jumping right into photographing the wedding party, family, and the two of them.  No time was wasted, because every minute wasted, is a minute your guests are waiting for your arrival to the reception. And really, it’s your wedding day, that precious time is intended to be celebrating, not taking obligatory photos.


Here’s where Amanda veered from the typical no first look timeline, and in my opinion, it was a brilliant decision on her part.  Instead of using photography time to have us stand around photographing hours and hours of dancing waiting for their sparkler send off, she opted to use more of that time in front of the wedding, capturing the sweet moment when her dad saw her in her dress, and photographing the moment she opened her gift from her husband, and the countless other moments, that weren’t posed or forced, but just unfolded during their day.  She also chose to do a different type of “exit” photos at the end of the night.  This would prove to be the best move in the timeline.  Right after we photographed the family, bridesmaids & groomsmen, and the couple, we went straight into the reception, where one event lead into the next.  Couple introduced, first dance, father/daughter, mother/son dances, cutting of the cake, the fun kept coming.  It wasn’t rushed at all, in fact, it was a really natural flow of one happy moment to the next.  So, I was able to photograph all of the traditional reception happenings.


Plus, we had plenty of time before the ceremony, to get lots of pre-ceremony photos.


And then plenty of time after the ceremony, to get the couple photos.


So, by only having us photograph the reception for a short amount of time, she got all the usual stops (garter, bouquet, cake cutting, dances, etc.) and she got loads of photos before the ceremony, and “exit” photos that are so very sentimental. Amanda told me she would rather plan the schedule of the day that way, then have us shoot dancing for several hours just so we were still there for the exit.  It was the best use of time.  I told her in lieu of the traditional exit photos, I would take them back outside for a few minutes before it was time for us to leave and get some sunset shots of them.  This would be their end of the night photos instead of the send off of whatever your wedding guests might be throwing or waving at you as you leave for your honeymoon.  And, boy, will she be glad she did that.  These two got a few minutes to just be with each other and giggle and take in the glorious evening.  Like a first look, except after all the activities of the night.  After our sunset shots, the couple went back in and danced the night away, but they had utilized their photography time in such a grand way. And, they had photos that told the close of their wedding day story without the hours of dance floor pictures. (Don’t worry, we still snagged plenty of groovy dance moves before the sunset shots.)

You don’t have to follow the rules of tradition.  You don’t have to do what everyone has always done.  Amanda will end up with many more photos from her day that are of her and her husband rather than hours of dance floor reception photos.   Your happy ending doesn’t have to end with a bang, in fact, it can end in perfect silence and still be just as happy.


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If I Build It, Will They Come? {Destination Wedding Photographer, Oklahoma Wedding Photographer}

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Things are changing.  Things are always changing.


In our sleep, while we work, even when we stop to take it all in and be intentionally present.


There is a constant wind of change.

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But lately, I’ve felt that wind, in a big strong gust. It’s been growling at me.


I’ve felt the push to do some of the things I’ve longed to do, but just haven’t.  And you know why I haven’t?


Yep, the fingers are pointing at me.  I’ve been standing in my own way.  How embarrassing, huh?  There are no life changes of a move, or a baby, or any of that sort.  My happy family of five isn’t going anywhere.


But, there is a desire to at least set out on the journeys I’ve dreamed about. Looking at my kids growing so lightning fast, I just know…

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There is limited time to really dive into the things that pull at me.



There is such a short time to embrace these things.


So for that reason, I’m putting on a smile




And I’m saying, “Why not?”


Why not go for it?


If it’s worth the dream,


then it’s worth the effort, right?


You just don’t know what you are capable of building if you never try.


So, here’s to trying.


Let’s see what I build.


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Bryce + Rachel’s Wedding, Letting Go {Oklahoma Wedding Photographer, Destination Wedding Photography}

Oh, Rachel, sweet Rachel.


I didn’t know Rachel until she chose me as her wedding photographer.  Last night as she married her best friend, I lost count of how many times she made me cry.  You would have thought I knew this girl from birth.  I didn’t, I have only been witness to the love of her family for maybe a year.  I watched how adoring and caring her parents were with her.  So, when she saw her dad and started crying, so did I.  Again, during the father/daughter dance, she started tearing up, and before I knew it, I was wiping tears too.


Love dictated the day. You could feel it.


Her sunshine personality shone through in the yellow details.

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But weddings are so much more than colors.  Yeah, they are those feelings you got on your first date.  They are those moments you let yourself cry, and those moments you let yourself laugh.

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Those moments when you let yourself feel it all…and let go.


It may be the most overlooked part of the wedding for some, but really it’s the most important.  Letting go.


Letting go of the expectations and hanging on to what’s important.


Congratulations, Bryce + Rachel!  Here’s to a lifetime of letting go!

Venue: Festivities Event Center, Dress: Bella Rose Bridal

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Big City Dreams… {Oklahoma Wedding Photographer, Destination Wedding Photographer}

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When Riley’s mom booked her senior session and we discussed location, she said, “That girl doesn’t have any country in her.” Riley, this gorgeous senior graduating from a small town, loves big city life.

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Her roots run deep in her community where everyone knows everyone, but she really likes the city.  Girl, I get it.

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It’s so nice to go back to where I was raised and sit on the front porch with Granny.  Things are quieter.  Things are slower.  It’s so peaceful.  It’s a place of solace, and I wouldn’t trade growing up small town.  I love going back and grabbing an onion fried burger in the town I went to high school, and someone stops me and asks me about my family.  But, I also love busy streets, tall buildings, and all the shopping you could want nearby.  Riley is setting out on her own adventures that may one day take her leopard heels to the big city.

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Who knows where her smile could take her.

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Riley, go on out and love whatever city wins your heart.  Plant your seeds there and grow.

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But, someday when you’re sitting on the porch on a quiet afternoon on a visit back to that small town…

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You might just decide you have a little country in you. Congratulations, Riley!

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A Horse and A Hail storm {Destination Wedding Photographer, Oklahoma Wedding Photographer}…


You just never know what you’re going to get with Oklahoma weather.  If you scroll back a few months on the blog, you’ll see a gorgeous snow wedding.  May in Oklahoma means the possibility of not just severe weather, but some of the meanest severe weather on the planet.  And so for May weddings, well that can be a gamble.  Amanda’s outdoor ceremony moved inside when the threat of tornadoes and impending severe weather altered plans.

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We snagged some outdoor barn photos at McGranahan Barn and the historic home that belonged to the McGranahans.


Just enough time to squeeze in the horse, the house, and some fun.


Their ceremony carried on inside McGranahan Barn.  There was a downpour, hail, and damaging winds. Honestly, you would hardly know it was storming from inside, because the ambiance is so warm at McGranahan Barn.




But, do you know what’s not warm?  Sparklers and torrential rain.  Barns and indoor sparklers are also not best friends. With the people most important to Amanda and Robert cheering them on you their way, they didn’t even miss them.

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Congratulations, Robert & Amanda! Photography- Sheradee Hurst Photography,  Venue-McGranahan Barn, Planning-D’Plazzo Wedding Planners, Flowers-Tony Foss Flowers, Cake-Mishelle Handy Cakes, Videography-Leslee Leaming Films, Hair & Make-Up-Glamor Artz Studio, Ring-Kay Jewelers, Wedding Gown- Bella Rose Bridal,

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Miracle Walking Down the Aisle…{Destination Wedding Photographer, Oklahoma Wedding Photographer}


This is every bit the fairytale it looks.  Every bit.  Because if you’ve ever watched a Disney movie, or picked up a book of fairy tales, you know.  Yes, there is a beautiful happily ever after, but not before the princess has lived through a tale that could have wrecked her and threatened to take someone from her.  I don’t make light of Maree’s story, because it’s anything but that.  But what I witnessed at her wedding, and what I’ve learned from being near this family, is that fairy tales do exist.  And this one, just so happens to start in the garage.  Maree’ didn’t make a traditional entrance into this world.  Like every princess, she started out in an interesting situation.  She started out in her parents’ car.  Maree’s dad delivered her while her mother progressed in her birth much quicker than they anticipated. So, right there in the family car, with her toddler older sister present to witness this life changing moment, her mom and dad delivered Maree’ before they even got the car backed out of the garage to make it to the hospital. And that’s where Maree’s family story of overcoming unplanned life events began.7D9A3700

A few years ago Maree’s family started the adventure of building a barn, a replica of their ancestors family barn, on their land.  Her dad dreamed of opening the barn doors and inviting others to celebrate their most special moments of beginning their lives together right there on the family’s land.  Land that has been in the McGranahan family over a century.  So, construction began right next door to an old family home that had been standing as long as they had owned the land.  Daily her dad would meet contractors and draw plans.  Maree’ and her mom were thrilled for the family history to live on in a such a grand way for so many.  Maree’s dad loved the idea of preserving the history and using the land in such a joyful, giving way.  Things were going so well as construction plans were coming right along on McGranahan Barn.  Then one day, Maree’s dad had an accident.  He fell from the second story of the barn.  I’ll spare you the heart wrenching specifics of what happened, but here was the kind hearted leader of the family, now in a fight for his life.  Maree’ and her mom, Aimee, these ladies are as strong as they come.  They were vigilant in prayer, and they didn’t miss a beat continuing to build on Robert’s dream of the McGranahan Barn while Robert laid in a coma in a hospital bed.  With no experience to guide them, they leaned heavily on the contractors involved.  They rolled up their sleeves, and went to work themselves.  Meanwhile, shuffling back and forth to the hospital and praying, praying, praying that Maree’s dad would open his eyes again, would know who they were, or even walk again.  They just wanted him to live.7D9A4260

During that crucial time while Robert’s life was on the line, Maree’ and Steve were in the early stages of dating.  Steve was there for Maree’, her mom, and the entire family.  Driving them back and forth to split shifts at the hospital, offering to stay by Robert’s side when the family couldn’t be there, and being a shoulder to cry on.  He was ‘being there’ in every sense of the word, and Maree’ was falling in love with him.


It all got to be too much for Maree ‘one day.  She was overcome with emotions, and she said something she was thinking without really thinking about what she was saying first.  She started talking to Steve about her fear that her dad wouldn’t be able to walk her down the aisle.  The two hadn’t been dating long enough to discuss marriage yet, but Steve knew how heart breaking that thought was to her.  She was devastated, and the unknown loomed.  Robert surprised many when we woke up.  Aimee and Maree’ were so very thankful that he was alive.  That good news was met with some bad news, the doctors told them there was a good chance he would never walk again. They told them he wouldn’t do a lot of things again, but Robert had survived, and he was out to beat the odds.  And, Steve who stood by Maree’ all along was ready to see this fairytale through to it’s happy ending.


Maree’ and Aimee finished the barn, with Maree’ taking a lead role in seeing her father’s plans through to completion.  Robert spent every ounce of energy he had in rebuilding himself.  Learning to talk, swallow, walk, learning to do the physical things we consider simple. And those tears, those understandable tears, that Maree’ shed that night she worried her dad wouldn’t see this day or if he did, maybe not be able to fulfill his duty of walking her down the aisle.  They were in vain, because May 2, 2015, Robert defied the odds and walked her down the aisle.

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So, while some who don’t know the story, see the gorgeous floral arrangements and lavish cake, and think “fairy tale wedding”…..

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I see that second story that her dad fell from, and know that her wedding guests will dine there and celebrate.


And that floor that he fell on, is now the spot of her first dance with her husband.


Yes it is a fairy tale, with all the gorgeous, enchanting details.


But like any fairy tale, it didn’t come easy.  A plot twist waiting at every turn.  A moment that could have ruined the story at each chapter.  At the center of it all, a humble, hard working, big hearted princess who was born in a garage…and deserves every bit of her happily ever after.


Venue-McGranahan Barn, Florals-Tony Foss Flowers, Cake-Mishelle Handy Cakes, Day of Coordinating-Amy Ray Events, Partial Rentals-Mood Rentals, Food-Abbey Road Catering, Videography- Leslee Leaming, Make-up-Natasha Shipley, Couch Rentals-Ruby’s Vintage Rentals, Lighting & Sound-OKC Entertainment & Events

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Dancing in the Hairspray.. .{Destination Wedding Photographer, Oklahoma Wedding Photographer}

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“There’s power in looking silly and not caring that you do.” –Amy Poehler

If you’ve been around me for .5 seconds you know that well, I like a little silly in my life. Maybe I like a lot of silly in my life. Which is why I like hair stylist (rock star), Andrea Lemonds.

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The FIRST thing she said before I began photographing her was, “I don’t mind looking silly.”  I knew I was going to love this shoot.

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She was true to it, and I loved every bit of honesty that came from it.  Head shots are so different for different people. Not everyone needs the same setup to promote their art and/or their career.

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Andrea didn’t need stuffy head shots, she needed “I’m an awesome hair stylist” head shots.

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And listen, when she got her products out and started to touch up her own hair, well I wasn’t about to put the camera down then.

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I’ve seen Andrea nail gorgeous bridal hair more than once.  And now, I’ve seen Andrea dance in her hairspray, and I like her even better for it.

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I think of that Amy Poehler quote at the beginning of this blog, and I think that is so true.  How many successful, powerful people have got where they are by not being afraid of what others thought was a “silly” idea.  I’m sure people thought the iPad was silly at one time.  I’m certain people thought Jimmy Fallon was silly.  There’s power in not caring what others deem as silly.  And for that reason, I will dance in my hairspray and not care how silly it looks to others.

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The 100th Blog… {Oklahoma Wedding Photographer, Destination Wedding Photographer}

At its inception, there was never a plan for this blog, never a well thought out direction of what I would create in this space.  Which is freeing really, because there was also no expectation.  What if I write, share, and invite others in to read it?  That hatched about four years ago…four years and one hundred blogs ago.  Since then our family of four grew to five.

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We moved once.  (Which is a dramatically low number for us.)

Not one but two of my babies that use to watch the bus from the driveway…


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And they wore the same pair of boots on their first day of Pre-K because I’m sentimental like that.

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My husband lived through a bicycle wreck that could have taken his life, but instead took his thumb and a lot of life’s reservations for me.  That experience lit a fire under me to live everything now, because this millisecond that we get here on Earth is so incredibly short.  I’ll never forget crying tears of joy as our plane descended in New York City to celebrate our 10th anniversary, because he was alive, and taking me to the place he promised he always would. I wanted only to praise God that he was here to live out that promise.

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There was a real sense of living the bucket list that gripped me after that.  Which is why we then would take a trip to Disney World. Remember when my girls lemonade stand raised $17, and they wanted to go to Disney World with it?

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Well a few years and one brother later, we spent that $17 (and some change) on our trip to Disney World.

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I’ve blogged our travels, and I’ve blogged our living room happenings. The every day moments…

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and the extra special moments that the holidays bring.

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The laughter, the tears, the life changing revelations that impacted the trajectory of what was ahead.  I didn’t know 100 blogs ago. I didn’t want to know.  Look how clueless I am in the photo from my first blog.  That girl didn’t know what was in store.

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That clueless girl 100 blogs ago, she’s learned, albeit sometimes the hard way, but she’s learned. She’s had failures, but she’s so darn grateful to what it’s brought her to now.

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I’m still clueless about some things, but I’ve learned to care less about those things and more about the things that matter.  The people, the love, and even the sadness, it shapes me.  There were tragic moments like when we said goodbye to our little guy, Chee Chee.

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And hopeful moments like when we welcomed Willie Nelson.

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We have changed through the ups and downs.

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We have done things we thought were only a dream.

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We have played together.


We have learned to not take ourselves too seriously.

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Even with all that change, some things will always be the same for us.

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We will always have each other.  I’m so glad that God knew we needed one more for this family to be complete.  And I’m so glad that sometimes we have to go through a tough, trying time so that we can live the life we are suppose to be living on the other side of that. And I’m so glad I quit putting that awful white line through my images on the blog. Ugh.

Thank you.  Thank you for sharing it all with us, but more than that, thank you for letting your story shape mine 100 times over. As I scroll through the images from 100 blogs, I see these photos of my life intertwined with photos from your lives.  Images from when I photographed you giving birth to your baby in the delivery room move me.

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Moments from the day you shaved your head to raise money for your tiny cancer survivor, encourage me.

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Memories of the sandy beach where you married your best friend romance me.  Seeing your mother hold your newborn baby and knowing she passed away before he was a year old hurts me.  Your lives are so much a part of mine, that the lines are blurred.  Not one part of my life isn’t touched by yours. I watched you be brave.  I watched you love big. I watched you change.  I didn’t just watch you, I had the unbelievable pleasure of telling the story of it.  Then I took those imprints that you made on my heart, and brought them into my life, and into my family.  You changed me.  You changed us.  You helped create what began 100 blogs ago. In Charlotte’s Web Charlotte says to Wilbur “My webs are no miracle, Wilbur.  I was only describing what I saw.  The miracle is you.” Thank you, to my precious children and my ever supportive husband, and thank you to you, my loyal, loving clients for letting me describe the miracle that you all are…and the many more miracles to come. Happy 100th, baby!


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The Hurst Hipster Easter Egg Fight {Oklahoma Wedding Photographer, Destination Wedding Photograph}

This is our picture perfect holiday.  An Easter that by all appearances is indeed perfect.


One perfect moment after another.


Sure seems that way, doesn’t it?  Don’t get me wrong, I love the beautiful well dressed family Easter portraits. But, we aren’t perfect, and although I could post only the best photos from that day.  I’m choosing to share the other side too.  You know what side I’m talking about.


Yes, that’s it.


Wait, we got him back.  The little guy shaped up, he’s ready for more perfect pictures of our perfect life.


Yes, that’s more like it, our perfect life, where nothing is out of order and no one is ever unhappy.


Uh oh.  Wait a second….


Okay someone take him out of here.  Let’s just photograph the kids who are willing to act like everything is perfect or at the very least recover from their meltdown for a photo or two.  The middle one has puffy red eyes because she too lost her mind for a bit.  Also, there’s ink on her knee.  Who knows what scribbling genius she created there.  And, she never met a lipstick she didn’t like…or a nail polish for that matter.


Finally, the oldest, I’ve trained her well.  Sit and smile.  There, perfect. Also a big lipstick fan.


One perfect group shot…except Dad isn’t happy because we’re really late for church.  Dad can’t hide his emotions when it comes to tardiness. Which is weird because he married me.  Look at him, his eyes are saying, “This better be the last picture.  We are so late. Smile, it’s Easter.”


We did it.  We styled our hair perfectly, we ironed each unpleasant crease, we perfected our color palette.  We hunted, and we hunted, and we hunted eggs.  Most importantly, we worshiped a living God.  It was a glorious Easter. And then, Easter evening, when all the pomp and circumstance was over, we did what I would say probably not many families in America did.  On a whim, my kids painted their hair pink and then we threw the first ever Hurst Easter Egg Fight, and I handed my camera over to my husband.


My husband so kindly volunteered to photograph it instead of participate in it.  (I did throw an egg at him.  My aim isn’t good.)  I’ve blogged almost every year at Easter about my Granddaddy’s notorious Easter egg fights he started.  They were a piece of my life with him that while he was living I never knew I would miss when he was gone.  He’s been gone seven years.  I haven’t had an Easter egg fight since then. Easter is also the last family holiday we shared with him.  His memory pulls at me stronger at Easter, always.  I’ve visited his grave many times on Easter and left eggs in his memory. And each year we always decorate eggs for him, even if we don’t deliver them to his grave.


This Easter I was talking with my Granny on the phone and she said, “You should go throw eggs at each other.  Granddaddy would like that.”  When I hung up, I thought yeah, that’s exactly what we are going to do.  I’m not entirely sure how the kids ended up asking for pink hair, maybe they thought their mom truly was not of sound mind and now was the time to ask.  They were right.  We stripped down out of our Sunday’s best, and we put on the worst assortment of old clothes we could assemble.  We sprayed the kids hair pink, and we rocked Easter.  Fuzzy peace pajama pants, mismatched leggings with a tie dyed shirt, and neon pink locks, we were not fit to even go into that big discount store where people shop for groceries frequently in their pajamas.  You know the one. We went out and launched the eggs we had so carefully colored the night before Easter.


It was therapeutic for the kids, because throwing eggs at your mom is pretty liberating.


It was therapeutic for me, because I had missed that event for so many years.


I had missed him for so many years, and I always will.  I don’t know why I waited so long to throw eggs at my kids.  It was like I couldn’t revisit those memories for a while. I finally did, and I shared them with my hipster kids.


It was perfect, not the shiny new clothes or the perfectly posed photos.  The joy of spontaneity, the thrill of temporary pink hair, and the lack of perfection.  That was a perfect Easter.

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Own It {Destination Wedding Photographer, Oklahoma Wedding Photographer}…

Meet Mo.  This lovely lady entrepreneur came to me for professional head shots. Stuffy, boring head shots are no fun, and really don’t you want to do business with people that you feel like you connect with or relate to? If you want to draw more business through your web site, show off your personality a little.  I told Mo during our shoot, “Own it!”  She burst into laughter because ‘own it’ is part of her business slogan.  That set the tone for her session.  She’s a girl after my own heart with her love of classic black and white, too.  Relax, head shots can be fun….just own it!

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