Monthly Archives: February 2011

I got my hair cut on Wednesday and I thought I’d shoot some self-portraits before I have to attempt to style it myself. Like so many other photographers, I don’t really like getting my photo taken mostly because I’m uber-critical of how I look. (Aging can be brutal on one’s ego.) But I’m trying to…

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  • I love the photos. I think we’re all critical of ourselves in photographs. I know I am. The laugh lines are the best lines!! People who don’t have them aren’t really living. Or they’ve been given too many botox injections! lolReplyCancel

    • Thank you again Lisa! You’re support has been awesome. :)ReplyCancel

      • As long as you mean it, a compliment is the easiest thing to give away! I also find it’s the most appreciated.ReplyCancel

  • Hey Tracy–thanks for the blog love! I’m so happy to hear you will be coming to MJ2Day in July :)–I can’t wait! I think it could be life-changing for our businesses.ReplyCancel

  • Julie Woodger

    I AM STRUCK BY SOME STRONG FAMILY RESEMBLANCES. I HAVE A PICTURE OF YOUR GRANDMOTHER MARION, IN PROFILE, NEXT TO MY COMPUTER AND I THINK YOU LOOK A GREAT DEAL LIKE HER. I ALWAYS THOUGHT SHE WAS BEAUTIFUL! AS FOR THE WRINKLES, THEY SHOW CHARACTER AND WARMTH. I AGREE WITH LISA. WONDERFUL PICTURES AND VERY ATTRACTIVE HAIR CUT!

    lOVE, MUMReplyCancel

Not merely an absence of noise, Real Silence begins when a reasonable being withdraws from the noise in order to find peace and order in his inner sanctuary. ~ Peter Minard Have you ever had one of those days where you just don’t have much to say? Yeah me too.

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What better way to spend Presidents Day than to tour a local candy factory? When I mentioned to the girls what the plan was, there was much squealing with delight. Before we even got there, Leslie was telling me what candy she wanted to get. We drove down after I made sure that we all…

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Meet Pony B. She is my fur-baby. My little snuggler. My shadow. A total momma’s girl. Pony B is an almost 11-year-old red merle Australian Shepherd and I love her to bits. Do you see that spot on top of her head, between her ears? That is the very softest bit of fur known to…

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  • Love, love, love!! I was just thinking the same thing; posting things with the hashtag #notatWPPI. :D Maybe next year we can go together.

    Have a wonderful week in sunny Colorado!ReplyCancel

    • I should use that hashtag! :) It would be great to go to WPPI next year with you.ReplyCancel

  • What gorgeous photos of your beautiful girl! Our Lily crosses her front paws like that; so lady-like.ReplyCancel

  • Your fur-baby is absolutely beautiful!
    I could see how easy it would be to just snuggle up with her on a cold day!ReplyCancel

  • Oh, I forgot, I am loving the “not in vegas” photos!
    It seemed like I was the only one not going to WPPI!
    I am hoping to attend next year!ReplyCancel

  • Kelli Boling

    Awwwwww – I love her!!! So fluffy!!! And for the record, next year you are coming to WPPI with me! ;-)ReplyCancel

  • […] breeder where we got our first two australian shepherds, Soda (who passed away 4 years ago) and Pony (who is unknowingly going to have a little brother soon!). […]ReplyCancel