Tim and Meggie

One thing I’ve learned from observing my friends Tim and Meggie, is that they Really.Like. each other.  They are close pals and make a great team. You get the feeling that they were assigned partners by nature. Perfectly matched, it’s quite clear to see that they simply belong together and enjoy doing life as each other’s sweetheart and BFF. Now add an adorable, smart, confident son (whom, I discovered, has a big interest in photography) and you get the most wonderful combo of a creative, fun loving family. I should also mention that Ethan has a signature “thumbs up” move that he tried to sneak into every single picture.  That’s pretty cool.  When your first instinct is to respond with a double thumbs up, I guess that means that life is good. And it is for these guys.

No doubt he was telling me something very important.


Her eyes twinkle and she gives from the heart.  For my birthday she made me the best handmade pottery mug which I use every day.  And also some beautiful and awesome smelling homemade soaps, which I also use every day. These gifts never fail to give me the warm fuzzies and make me remember that wonderful day that I celebrated with my friends. Thanks for the daily trigger to that, Meggie.

t-and-m-laugh-bwThis right here is classic Tim and Meggie. Happy and laughing and close.  And Tim looking slightly mischievous, like he just said or did something inappropriate.

tm-sunny-sky-and-bw-ethan-on-shouldersthree-family-picsthumbs-up-by-fenceOk Dad, but first, a THUMBS UP!

tim-and-meggie-duckface-and-smolder“Do the duckface.” Tim said. Meggie laughed and shook her head no, but quickly humored us. Not to be outdone, Tim unleashed “The Smolder.”



The many faces of Tim.


Did I mention Tim is a beast at Crossfit?

cindy-and-saddoris-famThat’s a wrap! Ethan begged us to let him take our picture. Is it a good idea to hand a six year old a $5,000 camera/lens combo? Absolutely. Excellent job Ethan. Double thumbs up.

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