Yesterday I posted the sad news about the loss of Little Kitty. When I went searching for pictures of her, it dawned on me that I had way more pictures of my dogs than of my cats (more guilt just chimed in). That being said... (click the image above to continue reading)
April has been one hard freakin month. I've been sick, I've paid out the wazoo in taxes, and worst of all, I had to say goodbye to one of my cats, Little Kitty. It all happened so quickly and it was one of the hardest decisions I've ever made in my life. I'm still riddled with guilt and I'm hoping time will heal that along with the pain.
The night that she gained her wings, I had a dream... (click the image above to keep reading)
This month's blog challenge is...WATER! Woohoo! I had HUGE plans for this one! Sadly, uh, they didn't work out quite as planned. Oh well! On to new adventures!
So my husband and I were going to pack up the dogs and head out to Carolina Beach for a nice little camping trip by the Intracoastal Waterway. We were hoping for sunshine, warmth, and just a relaxing weekend. Unfortunately, the weather was calling for rain and lows in the low 40's. Now normally that wouldn't deter me...but my hubby is a different story...(click the image above to keep reading)
Man, it has been WAY too long since I've been out to the Humane Society of Charlotte to photograph some adoptables. I really wanted to make it up to them and give them a new fun thing to share that - fingers crossed - would really get these pups' pictures out there. I decided to try to make some Wee Worlds with these seriously awesome models!!!
I know some shelter animals can have a bad reputation. But honestly, I don't know why. For example, these guys have never met me, been in front of a big camera, or made to do any serious tricks. Yet, as you'll see, they are modeling... (click the image above to keep reading)
Colby's pet photography session came about in a unique and heart-touching way. It is a story of true love, friendship and support from those around you - people that truly understand that a pet is a member of your family.
Colby was diagnosed with cancer late last year. Of course the news was a blow to his family and they were beside themselves. His parents are recently married and just bought the house of their dreams...the perfect place for their little fur-family. They never imagined news like this would strike so soon...(click the image above to keep reading)