Well, how was your weekend?
Ours here in the mitten was absolutely beautiful. An Indian Summer weekend to be exact! But I believe the fall temps will be moving in this week, but that's all right too.
The colors here are beginning to turn and I have a feeling that the Art Show of Nature this fall will be a magnificent one!
So I did something this weekend I've never done before. I photographed part of the high school football game.
This is so out of my comfort zone. I can't follow the dang ball for love nor money. So I haven't a clue if I've got shots of the ball or just the pile ups that happen every 10 or so seconds.
BIG learning curve here for me. But I did enjoy it, being down on the field by the action again brought back memories of all the soccer games I shot over the years & being right there along the sidelines listening to it all.
Then the half time show - our G-A Marching Band! They are performing parts of Les Miserables this year. They did an excellent job, as always.That's a mighty big drum for such a little freshman. But he carried it well!
Dream Boy & I celebrated our 34th wedding anniversary on Saturday. Nothing special, just a day spent around the house doing this & that.
I did go with D! to get a pedicure. She & S1 gave me a gift certificate for my birthday and she was more than willing to participate in this leisurely activity with me. But as I anticipated, and as D1 calls it, they had to get out the "cheese grater" on my feet. Poor things, I've neglected them so.
Dream Boy & I went out for a nice dinner Saturday night - he requested pasta as he had to carb up for his 100 mile bike ride on Sunday. We tried out a restaurant that has been in our area for YEARS - a nice family place, but not so much a "romantic" place. But the food was absolutely delish.
Sunday he headed off at 6am for the Apple Cider Century ride with his buddy. I headed off to church and then spent a quiet few hours at home before taking off for another senior shoot.
Sunday was an absolutely gorgeous day and the venue that the senior & his parent's chose was a very popular one, which was very evident when I counted no less than 4 other photographers, beside myself, there. There were 2 family sessions, 1 engagement and at least 2 senior sessions being taken at any given point in the park.
Tis the season..........
So, it's back to school today. Dream Boy has the week off and is putzing around the house while I slave away at school.
Do you feel sorry for me?
Well - I'm off to breakfast with my ladies. I hope to be back again this week. Maybe with some sneak peaks of the senior shoot. I've been pondering some ideas to use to get back into regular blogging, but there still in the idea phase.
Thanks for stopping by - have a GREAT day and a fabulous week!