Yesterday, I started telling you about our recent trip to DC and I spoke about our travel, lodging, and food. Today, I want to share with you our sightseeing! We did double back to some of the sights we saw last year (different kid, same sights!) but you can read about those last year (part … More DC Wanderings Part Two
Last year, my family and I were blessed with a wonderful opportunity – our oldest daughter, Alexandra (at the time, age 11) was nominated for a fabulous leadership program in DC. This year, our second daughter, Evanthea (age 10), was nominated for the same program. I posted last year’s trip (part one and part two) … More DC Wanderings Part 1
Second in my review/highlights from our trip to DC (don’t know what’s I’m talking about? Read the first post here!) Smithsonian Museum of American History: B+ Not going to lie, we came here just for the ruby slippers! Another free museum, not a giant crowd that day. But it’s confusing to navigate through the museum. … More Tourist in our own country – Part 2
When I introduce myself to people as a portrait photographer, the first response I always hear is “you must have fantastic photos of your kids!”. Granted, I do *sometimes*…but not all the times. You see, I’m a mom first…and I like to live in the moments. 🙂 And half the times my kids won’t let … More Being 9 and normal…
Sigh…. 10 years ago, I was feeling every single conflicting emotion a woman has ever felt…before having kids. After a very long pregnancy filled with complications, I gave birth to my first child on May 20, 2004. The very next day, I learned what motherhood really was…she had her first temper tantrum… screaming… non stop… … More Where did those 10 years go?
On Friday, I had a wonderful opportunity to join other women entrepreneurs at the University of Connecticut (my alma matta!). Our governor, Daniel Malloy proclaimed September 20th as Women Entrepreneur Day in CT! What’s even more cool is CT is the state that has the highest number of female entrepreneurs…how amazing is that? I almost … More Celebrating ME!
So my final art class was yesterday and our final model was none other than our instructor, Jack Montmeat. Challenge – draw the one person who knows himself most artistically. Taking a deep breath (and asking questions while holding up a mirror) I grabbed my pencil and jumped in. After some critiques, I heard the … More Final project opens a door