In January my family adopted a puppy who had been rescued from a small shelter in a rural part of Virginia. He came with the name Sid, which we loved, and it suits him perfectly. He’s equal parts adorable and really, really naughty, in a puppy kind of way. We’re all still learning how to handle his endless energy, but also grateful for it. He has helped us heal from the loss of our first dog, Dez, who died from cancer last August. Here are a few photos of our boy Sid.
This family was so patient. It rained during our first portrait session and then we rescheduled over and over again. Each time it rained more. Finally, after several attempts we had a gorgeous day for Addy to run and play in the gardens at Foxhaven Farm.
I recently took some head shots for Nadia Subaran, co-founder and co-owner of Aidan Design. Nadia will be transforming the kitchen of the DC Design House which opens on April 14th. This is a great fundraiser for the Children’s National Medical Center: http://www.dcdesignhouse.com/
Here are some of the great jumpers who came out to support the February 4th Jump for Joy fundraiser for the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank. I’m waiting for the last few orders to come in before I tally up the donation check which will be presented to the BRAFB in honor of 9 y.o. Ryleigh Katstra, who organizes food drives on a regular basis. So glad we could support Ryleigh in her efforts and also find a fun way to fundraise for the food bank.