An Afternoon with Mavee
Was able to take photos of this pretty girl before here.
I just can’t get enough of Mavee I want to do another photo shoot.
Luckily, her mommy, a close friend of mine, wants to have new photos of her daughter that she can use for a calendar that she’s planning to give away as gifts to family and friends this coming Christmas. So we both agreed to do a simple photo shoot.
Here are some of my photos during the shoot.
I would’t get tired of taking photos of this girl.
Til our next shoot Mavee:-)
Like what I’ve mentioned on my previous post I have two baby nephews.
Introducing George Samuel, born last July 3. Finally my brother and his wife decided to have another baby after 10 years. Yup 10 years - their eldest Gleia Yzzabel turned 10 years old last February:-)
Here are my photos of Samuel when he was just 10 days old:-)
George Samuel with sister Gleia Yzzabel:-)
Hope you like my photos:-)
This year our family received two wonderful gifts from above. Two cute little boys. Ethan Hunt, son of my brother Elvin and George Samuel, son of my brother George.
Maybe you guys have noticed that I did several newborn/kids/children photography for the past months.
Now that I have two cute nephews it means I now have babies to do newborn photo shoot with. Yipee! hahaha…
Before Ethan turned one month I was able to do a quick photo shoot.
Here are the photos.
I hope you like it:-)
I will be posting soon photos of George Samuel.
Time for God
The Master called my name one day because He needed someone. I said, “Lord, in my spare time, between school, spending time with my husband, working from 8 to 6, and trying to coordinate a program for my community to help our children do better, I will help you. See, I know I can’t go right now ’cause I have so much to do.”
He said, “ Well, where shall I find such a person? I thought I saw your name on my list of available people.”
“Well Lord, that was the prayer that I prayed last year, but since then, things have changed.”
He said, “Like what?”
“Well, I’m working on my Ph.D. and I’m needed by so many people and my husband is always wanting something done, and on top of that my community expects me to help and give to them so…”
“Well, seeing that you’re busy, I’ll let you go, but we will talk again, if you have some time.”
I went on through the days, and the weeks, and the months completing my tasks as always.
One evening, while studying for my comp exams, I received a call from the hospital concerning my husband. He had been in a terrible accident and was in a critical condition.
I dropped everything and ran to the hospital where I found my husband hanging on for dear life. I immediately began to pray “Lord, don’t take him now, I can’t bear it.” But my prayer echoed off the wall and returned into my own ears.
That next morning I left the hospital tired and weary, and walked through the door of my classroom just in time to begin my comps. As the professors begin asking me questions I opened my mouth to speak but nothing came out. In my mind, I began praying, praying hard, but my prayers echoed again and I found myself upset at God because He was nowhere to be found. I could not explain to them what was happening.
After leaving my exams, I called in to work because I was so distraught at all that was going on. I explained to my supervisor what had happened and she demanded that I take some time off. After visiting my husband in the hospital that evening, I went home and fell into a sunken state crying and despairing.
Just then I heard someone calling my name. “Lord, is that YOU?”
“Well yes, it is. Do you have some time? I wanted to see if I could just talk …..”
Instead of waiting to hear His questions, I lashed out in anger and resentment. “How is it that when I needed you today, you couldn’t be found and last night I cried and cried but all I heard were echoes from the walls. My husband is dying, I’m flunking out of school, I may not have a job and you can just sit and say you want to talk.”
The Lord interrupted me in my foolish speaking. “My child, I decided to let your husband rest, and keep you home for a few days so that way maybe you would get in touch with me, if you had some time. For you see, before your husband, the community or your job needs you, I need you.
I was browsing the net and came across this story. Source:http://www.frtommylane.com/stories/time/time_for_God.htm
… we should be humble no matter how successful we are:-)
Do you have a cute skirt but you feel its a little too short for you? Wear it with stockings if you want to have a more conservative look. Just like what I did today.
If you want a casual look, pair it with tshirt, flats or boots. But if you want to have a more formal look, pairing it with a button down, a blazer and a high heel pumps would be perfect.