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I've never met an "Iszaha/Isaiah" before, and this one lives up to my expectations. Just look at that big beautiful smile!!!
Saturday morning, the ladies of the Henderson Nevada Eldorado Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints gathered for a morning of service. We had collected items for hygiene kits, school kits, baby care kits, military packages, and food and clothing for three local aid agencies. Above, clockwise from left: Elaine H. (LV ward), Ilene P. (MH), Stacy H (OP), Pam B. (EV) and the Foothills ward girls
L to R: Heather H (LV), Joyce L (LV), Alycia C (OP), Linda S (BC) in background, Leslie L (LV)
Clockwise from left: Foothills girls sorting clothes, baby care kits, Stephanie M (BC) sorting clothes, Cynthia K (OP) sorting military packages.
One year ago today my home was burglarized. What did they get? The majority of my camera gear! The good news is I was able to go shopping for a new camera!! ;) The interesting part about the situation is that I had just decided to remodel my kitchen Trading Spaces-style. I thought I could bang out a new kitchen in two days. 1 can of Fudge Truffle paint (I could smell the chocolate, oh wait, maybe that was just paint fumes), 2 rolls of wallpaper, 23 black handle pulls, and 22 black hinges - how hard could it be?? So I tore apart the kitchen -which landed in the rest of the house. Midway through the second day of remodeling, I returned home from an errand to find my house in shambles, which was the way I left it, but with the lights on, which was not how I left them! Which led to the discovery of the missing camera bags.
The before picture (circa 2004). Does it scream rental or what? It reminds me of some of my college apartments. The combination of the off-white paint and the silver handle pulls made me want to puke. Finally after living in it for 5 years, I came up with a fabulous plan that I love and has totally worked for us.
Enter My New Kitchen:
After we called it quits and I packed up my camera, I knew I had to take one more. This is my "one more pose" shot. I'm glad I did!
Doesn't it make you want to nuzzle your nose next to his cheek?
Family shots coming soon.