How was everyone’s Thanksgiving weekend?? Mine was so incredibly relaxing and fun. I spent the week/weekend back in my homeland up near the Detroit Lakes & Moorhead areas with family. We ate tons of good food, drank delicious wine and played lots of cards and dice. I must say I’m incredibly lucky and thankful for such a great family.
I’d also like to take a moment to thank all of my amazing clients!! I am so incredibly blessed with truly awesome brides & grooms, seniors, and families. My favorite part of my job is getting to know each and every one of you and having the priviledge of photographing your beautiful faces! I can’t say THANK YOU enough!
JenniferA Photography saw a large increase in the number of weddings and sessions done this year. I so appreciate all of you clients that get the word out about your experience!! Referrals are always welcome and I do give referral credits to past clients! I’m looking forward to 2012 and am on the way to another increase!! So excited!!
Hope you all had a fabulous weekend and are looking forward to a joyful holiday season – please watch your mailboxes for a little treat from me as an extra special thanks!
For a little fun go HERE to create your own Idahoan potato pilgrim 🙂
This is my beautiful cousin Michelle and her husband Matt’s adorable family – they are some of my very favorite people in the entire world. Michelle & I have been best friends since she was born and her children, Ethnie & Emmett, are basically my “niece & nephew”. They seriously couldn’t get any cuter and I had a blast photographing them along the gorgeous St. Paul Skyline.
I was going through some photos I need to get printed for the holidays yesterday and I stumbled across these. This past 4th of July, the entire Martodam family was at a gathering and as usual the opportunity was taken to grab a quick group shot of my beautiful grandmother and her 10 children. (Yes, 10. I’ve explained my gigantic family before. There are almost 100 Martos in just the immediate family started by my Gma & Gpa!)
Moving on. As usual I was in charge of trying to get this photograph. There are some roadblocks I encounter every time when completing this challenge. They all LOVE to talk and are all comedians. Getting them to stop and look at me is a hilarious adventure. Outside parties are usually required to get things in order. This time in general, we even had a stow-away! Please enjoy these images as much as I enjoy my amazing aunts and uncles!! Love you all!!
Here we go!!