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My name is Amy and I am blessed to be a wife to my high school sweetheart and mother to our four amazingly spirited children (one of which is an angel baby).

My passion is to make your family experience full of fun and giggles.

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Loss & Grief

June 1st started out with the passing of my father due to lung cancer diagnosed just 6 short months earlier. It was, and still is, a devastating blow. People grieve in all different kind of ways. Mine, which may not come as a surprise, is through photography. Photography is "a return ticket to a time otherwise gone". His time is gone but the memories I have captured are the ones I hold so close and dear to my heart. These keep me going through the tough times. I have thousand of pictures I made everyone take; from playing a game, to eating out, making cookies and holidays. I even made my parents take yearly portraits (Hey mom, how about a photo card with the dog for the holidays, lol). At first they thought I was crazy (I kind of am but aren't we all) but now years later the family and I could not be more grateful for insisting.

The best camera is the one you have with you. Some are from a smartphone, some are taken by the kids; some are planned while others are just because we are there. I am so thankful I had a camera (any camera) on me to cherish these memories that truly where a fleeting moment in time.

This is the last photo of my dad with any of his grand children, last photo in his home taken the last week of his life and yes it's a cell phone picture and it is the best photo I have ever taken because it is irreplacable.