Fellowship and Memories
Once my husband and I decided it was time for me to do my photography full time, we prayed and waited to see what God had in store for us. A week went by and my husband got a new title in his job which also included new hours. We talked about it and came to the conclusion it was time for me to give my notice to my part time job. Once I did this, literally a couple days later I received a request to do some Christmas Eve photos at our church. I was glad to do them, and it was more experience and I love how excited one gets to have a memory they can share. So I said yes, and went and did our Christmas Eve service pictures. I write this blog because this is the moment when I realized God was walking with me through more experience in learning, to be patient. Waiting for chances where I can grow, share and develop moments with a talent I know he has blessed me with. I had some reservations on whether or not I was going to keep getting the practice and chances to grow in my business. Well when I got this opportunity I can only see then, and now GOD is walking through this career path with me. I got to meet some new people, and share my talent. I was overcome with joy when I was contacted by a couple who shared with me, that this was the first family picture they had since moving here just recently. When I got a email saying thank you and well done because now we have a updated picture to all our family. I was so pleased to know I was able to give them a memory for them to share with family far and near. To be able to catch so many wonderful moments that night, will forever be in my heart. So with this said, I want to share a couple of images from the Christmas Eve session. I not only captured first time memories, I got to capture seeing love all around. As a mother of three, when you get a chance to capture your sons "getting along" in a picture of them dressed all nice.. IT will melt a mothers heart. Hope all enjoy just a few of the moments I got to capture.
For it was such a great time to fellowship, and learn more of who my families in Christ are.
Blessings to all, Happy New Year
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