Each couple I get the privilege to photograph has a unique love story. The rings they’ve chosen are part of that story. Which is why I always make sure to capture them 💕 I’m already booking dates for 2020 so if you’re looking to get married next year and would like to book with me please message me soon with your date and details!
Day 3 and 4 Yesterday we had a super busy day, running a total of 104 miles as a team from Placerville, CA to Carson City, NV. The day was filled with rescue missions, including delivering gas to our other van and pushing a truck out of a snow mound in the Sierra Nevada mountains! I ran ten very hilly miles with my partner Laurel. Today we visited the Carson Tahoe Cancer Center and learned about the resources they offer and the community they provide for people with cancer. Afterwards we went to Lake Tahoe and walked around town! It was a nice break after running 30 miles this week! #4kforcancer
Tomorrow is explant day! #byegirls 🍒 Tbh, I’m freaking out a bit right now. I’ve been so excited these last couple days, but today the gravity of surgery hit me. “What if I hate the way I look?” “What if I don’t feel better?” “What if the pain of healing is too much for me?” “What if I get an infection?” “What if I never accept my natural self?” What if, what if, what if... This fear doesn’t get to win. When anxiety isn’t running the show I am sure of my decision. I’m returning to my natural self, and that can never be a bad thing. Surgery is at 10:30am tomorrow! If you think of me, send a prayer/thought/intention/energy/spell/whatever you do my way! I’ll be so so grateful 🙏🏻 Here’s to healing! See you all on the lighter side ✌️🔮 #explantsurgery#explantjourney#breastimplantillness
A friendly reminder! We take walk ins Tuesday and Friday. If you hate waiting. Appointments are available Wednesday and Thursday! On Saturday we do a limited list of the first 24 people! Thank you for your support!
Bees, butterflies, moths, oh my! We spotted a lot of our pollinator friends at the Pollinator Week: Tot Trek this morning. We have two events left for this Pollinator Week 2019! On Friday from 8 am to 10 am, we will be having a weeding event at the Foothill Gardens. On Saturday, we will be planting at the Pollinator Garden at the Foothill Garden. Also, don’t forget our bioblitz going on! Download iNaturalist, then join the Carson City Parks, Recreation & Open Space Pollinator Week bioblitz for this week. We’re excited to see what findings the community can share about the pollinators and pollinator plants. - • • • #beecityusa#pollinators#nature#plants#outdoors#hiking
I love my haters. I welcome them. The more you grow, the more you are going to gain haters. It comes with the territory. Haters have many reasons, but it all boils down to an issue within themselves. One thing we can all learn from them is how to put our blinders on. They teach us how to block out the noise, how to ignore it all and just work harder! Remember, thieves don't break into empty houses! You have a purpose and when you start acquiring haters, then just keep putting good out there in the world!! Like my Dad said, "the harder it gets, the closer you are to your blessing"
A little @sportograf stoke from last years Carson City Off-Road to help get through your Wednesday ...and then it's all downhill to the weekend. 🤟🏽 . Just a heads up, online registration closes next Tuesday, the 25th at 11:59 MST. Head to the link in the bio for all the details on three days of event festivities next weekend.
Day 3: Placerville, CA ➡️ Carson City, NV Team miles: 108 My miles: 10.23 —> Today I ran for @jillthomps22 one of the most kind hearted, loving women I have ever met. 💗 My team and I also ran for Jordan, who had multiple family and friends pass from cancer. • • Today was one of the most interesting days I think I have ever had! Our day started with some very large hills, and then we had to go rescue van 2 because they ran out of gas 😂 Following their rescue, my van continued our miles and let me tell you, it was one HILL of a day! 🏃🏻♀️💨 We conquered some pretty long, gradual and steep hills all day. After each pair got in a few legs, we ran into a ton of snow and couldn’t go any farther, and had to turn around to go back and reroute. Before we could do so, we helped push an F150 out of a huge mound of snow it got stuck in trying to drive through. Van 1 was on a rescue mission yesterday! My van finally finished their miles a little before 6pm with all of our rescue missions and shuttling. It’s definitely getting really hot, and I am so proud of my team for working so hard. It’s only day 3, and my heart is already so freaking FULL ❤️ I cannot wait to spend another 47 days with these amazing people! 💙💛