Whenever I am around this little guy, I cannot help myself from pinching those cheeks! I had to share, just this one from this family session. Look at those eyes! His big brother has the same amazing baby blues!
The coffee pot is brewing 24/7 here at S.L. Smith Photography while I fulfill your orders and edit your images . As promised, I am posting images of the Holiday Cards I am offering for 2009. If you have had a session with me this year and would like to purchase cards, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If I don't respond to your email right away, don't worry. I am working hard to get through my emails, editing, and ordering. I have not forgotten you. The last day to place your print or card order for Christmas is December 5th.
These two sided cards are printed on beautiful 5x7 professional quality paper stocks. They come in sets of 25 and include envelopes.
I have included images of the front and back of most of the cards. If there is not a picture of the back, it just means the back of the card will be a solid color that coordinates with the front of the card.
I can change the wording of the cards as space allows and may have to change some of the fonts, but all colors will remain the same.
When choosing your image to go on the card, please consider the layout of the image and the opening in the card. Choose a vertical image for a card with a vertical opening and choose a horizontal image for a card with a horizontal opening.
Choice A (Dots):
Choice B (Black and Pink):
Choice C (Vintage Scroll):
Choice D (Modern Trees):
Choice E (Warm Wishes):
Card F (Let it Snow):
Choice G (Black and White Beauty):
Choice H: (Classic Snowflake)
Choice J (Warm Wishes):
*card designs by Jamie Shultz and Sugar Lime Designs
I really wish I had some pictures of many different types of soldiers in action at their jobs to show you, but these pictures of Josh's homecoming after 15 months in Iraq will do just fine today.
Today, no matter what your political stance or view on our great nation, take some time to remember what our soldiers, present and past, have done for you today. Think of the freedoms we have and how we got them and got to keep them. Remember how much these men and women sacrifice for us to retain these freedoms to live wherever we want, say whatever we want, do pretty much whatever we want. I could fill a book when I think of what these soldiers have had to give up.
Remember not only the soldiers who have fought in wars overseas, but also our soldiers who stay right here in the USA to protect our country everyday. I think we sometimes forget those that stay here at home, but go to work every single day in order to support our soldiers "over there" and keep us safe at home. They work hard and sacrifice right here at home too.
Take none of your freedoms for granted and Remember to thank and pray for our soldiers, past and present, today.