I’m terribly behind on blogging, and was going through pictures from December when I realized I hadn’t posted our trip to see the Lion King here! I’ll be doing some catchup on the blog and it’s not all sessions :)
The Lion King came to Detroit and Sean and I knew we had to get tickets to take Ares. It was the most wonderful experience. The show was awesome but it was even more amazing to me that here I was taking my bean to see something like this, it was a big deal when I was growing up to go to McDonalds once in a while, we were so poor and now here we have the program and a simba ( “his hair is like mine” ares said) and an autographed copy of the poster by the cast and a tee shirt – but better then that I got to sit through the first ten minutes of the show watching Ares wide eyed completely enraptured experiencing something so like magic to an almost four year old and I can’t imagine anything as beautiful as that. gah I have the greatest two guys it surprises me anew each day and I am always thankful for it.
We did a family portrait (any chance I get!)
The Detroit Opera House is so beautiful
and of course it’s so good to get to go Downtown and for a night at the theater, heaven (I forget over and over again how much I love to shoot at night, then I do it and it’s like oh my why don’t I do this more often!)
I have been meaning to checkout your site and blog for ages. I even e-mailed a link to myself a while ago. Anyway, here I am and I have to say it’s all wonderful. All of it. Your talent is, in and of itself, inspirational… but I am so touched by your words about your two guys. Your love of your family is beautiful.
I’ll be back once in a while!
traceyi love the fam portrait. so great.