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  • I just met with wedding clients, Kevin and Kelli last night and Kate and Eric tonight in Sacramento to give them their a look at their wedding photo album drafts. We were able to catch up with what's been going in all our lives since we photographed their wedding day and enjoy the new surroundings in Bella Donna Bridal. Their wedding albums are now out under the Albums & Video section as our Featured Albums. Enjoy!

    There will be even more featured wedding albums released tomorrow! I'm meeting with Pam and Luke, and Christy and Jason. I'm a roll getting all the albums finished up before the holidays. I'm hoping to release Marcia and Alan next week sometime. So stay tuned!Sacramento wedding photosSacramento wedding photos2




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  • "There's something inside they can't get to...they can't touch, it's yours....Hope."

    I have this cool dual screen setup at my office. While I'm working in my Sacramento studio on some fashion photos, working in photoshop, I watch a movie often in a small section of the 2nd screen. Tonight was Shawshank Redemption. What a wonderful movie. I love Morgan Freeman. I caught myself watching the movie instead of working, as I sipped my glass of red wine (Cabernet Franc) and ate some extra sharp white cheddar cheese.

    However, I was inspired to work on these fashion photos of Rachel. She is so beautiful and so much fun! I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!Sacramento Fashion PhotographerWhile I'm working in my Sacramento studio on some fashion photos, working in photoshop, I watch a movie often in a small section of the 2nd screen.2



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  • I'm back! Not that I was gone, but since I had my parents visiting, I took the weekend off from emails and phone. I seriously returned 16 emails this morning first thing.

    My parents brought their two small dogs - the newest and the loudest is Lucy. At first we were thinking our cats may teach her a lesson, but Zoey was super cool and the dogs didn't even phase her a bit. She'd sit and want attention as usual. However, we didn't see Clariese all weekend - I think she snuck downstairs at night to eat (not that she can't stand to lose a pound or two!) This is my dad in the background holding Lucy.This image of the flowers are ones I purchased from BelAir on Friday to decorate the table. I love Gerbera daisies. Remember the vase? It's the one my friend Karen bought me for my bday this year - I've used it at least 4-5 times since then already. We used our dining room table for meals 3 times this weekend! A record I think. And I cooked! Had to dust off my cooking brain cells and remember how it's done.My mom and I had a relaxing day on Saturday by having clay masques and paraffin feet treatments at TTE Skincare in Folsom. I want to give a shout out to Myriam, Bethany, and Margie for making it a fun day for us.

    While us girls were getting pampered, Cory and my dad did the total male bonding thing and went to the gun range. Good thing I didn't go, or I would've kicked their butts. :-)



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  • posted by Jennifer

  • Another of the very cool organizations in attendance at the informational fair I attended last week was WIND. The WIND Youth Center, a day center, was opened in 1994 to provide outreach, meals, showers, medical and case management services to homeless kids ages 12-21 who seek refuge from the streets. In 2004, the WIND Education Program was developed and operates as an on-site accredited junior and high school through collaboration with the Grant Community Collaborative Charter Schools. In addition, teens visiting the Center are offered a variety of services such as job search skills, life skills training, access to free legal services, and referral to WIND's 16-bed Youth Crisis Shelter.

    The main focus of WINDS is kids working on developing the resources for stable and productive lives. Kids do no just hang around watching t.v. and visiting friends. This is a place where every kid is working on something, but what is important is that that something is different for each kid. With that in mind, the kids produce a newspaper called Street Breeze. Kids create all the content of this newspaper, including music reviews, poetry, and photo essays. It was really cool to read their newspaper. If you want to help homeless youth move toward a healthy alternative to street life, please contact WIND.



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  • One of the participating organizations at today's United Way fund raiser was the Sacramento Sierra Chapter of the American Red Cross. Not only does the American Red Cross provide training classes for lifesaving skills such as CPR and First Aid, but they also offer specialized presentations on emergency preparedness. And of course, you can always donate some blood! One event of special note that I particularly was drawn to was their 2007 Hometown Heros Breakfast. I borrowed (aka stole) the following text from their website as I couldn't have said it better myself:

    What is a hero?

    An individual who has taken action in a time of crisis to save lives, to help others and to show extraordinary human compassion— someone who exemplifies the values and principles of the American Red Cross.

    At a very special breakfast on Tuesday, October 23, 2007, the Sacramento Sierra Chapter of the American Red Cross will honor eleven Hometown Heroes – individuals who have shown courage, kindness, and unselfish character by their act of heroism in our greater Sacramento community.


    Purchase your ticket today! (Tickets limited). Support your community!



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