I Heart Faces . The Letter “S”

The Letter S

January’s Alphabet Photo Challenge through I Heart Faces is in full swing! This month the theme is “The Letter S.”

I had some great ideas for my submission for this challenge, but so many roadblocks came with each one. Timing. The weather. Places. I’m sure some of you can relate. It’s so easy to have a plan ready to go until all of the details start falling through the cracks. It’s annoying. And obnoxious. You see, I am a planner by nature, so when my plans start to fail, I feel like I will have a mental breakdown. But, when my first ideas were blocked, I did what any normal person would do…

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I Heart Faces . The Letter “T”

Tee Ball 001

It is my nephew Titus’ second Birthday, and in honor of the momentous¬†occasion, I have chosen two pictures of him playing tee-ball for my entries into this month’s I Heart Faces social media photo challenge on “The Letter T.”

Titus is currently living across country, so we don’t get to see him as often as we would like. However, we got to see him not too long ago and enjoyed playing tee-ball outside.

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RE:FRESH Student Ministry


WOW! I can’t believe how much has happened in the short month since I last posted. I feel like time has literally flown by. And not only that, but I also can’t believe how much my husband and I have done in the last few weeks with our lives.

For starters, we launched a new vision and name for the Student Ministry – RE:FRESH – which is based off of 2 Corinthians 5:17. We have also been involved in numerous church activities, including Vacation Bible School and a week at Youth Camp. Things have been busy on our end, which means my photography has had to take a little bit of a backseat. However, I am back and ready for some fun things in the upcoming months!

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Claremore Assembly of God . 75th Homecoming . Design


It has been quite a while since I have done any kind of print design. However, when I was approached about doing a “Save the Date” postcard for the church’s 75th Homecoming celebration, I was happy to say yes. After years of working on pages for the Yearbook in high school, as well as everything I have taught myself on Photoshop this past year by reading blog after blog and tutorial after tutorial, I knew I probably had the know-how to throw something together.

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