I marvel at how lucky am i. how lucky are they. if not for that loving on those very days, would they still be? i dare not imagine otherwise.
Sunday, April 30, 2006
Ivy, Mason and I visited Sherrie in her brothers apartment on Magic Mountain. Next year she'll marry Javier there. It's so beautiful, with the Pacific Ocean all around - I can't wait to do their photos!
Ivy lay around on the carpet, taking in the views. I can never resist picking up the camera when she's around!
Posted by Sheye Rosemeyer at 11:33 AM
Well actually, that's a lie. BUT that little ditty is the theme song playing in my head while I share my new obsession - Alannah Hill. The other day I visited the divine AH boutique in Queens Plaza and I will now be referring to all the days before April 27th as "B.A" (before Alannah).
This woman, and her glorious clothing, have changed my life. Overnight I've gone from being a huge devotee of the oh so elegant peasant skirt teamed with Havianas (yes, I know it's sooo 2005) to wanting to own a closet full of pencil skirts, pointy stilettos and twinsets. Forget gloss, I want to wear lipstick. And stockings. I think I want an apron. Oh the possibilities!!
(Now, if I could just get out my pyjamas...)
Posted by Sheye Rosemeyer at 10:26 AM
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Thursday, April 27, 2006
A new blog for friends afar to keep up with our happenings, and a lot there are with four busy monsters!
Today Ivy and I shopped, we procrastinated over the new Canon 30D and came home empty handed. I'll take the plunge in the next few weeks, before I head up to Townsville for some shoots. If only lenses didn't cost more than the camera...I'd add a few of those too!
Did manage to purchase a top and coat for me and *more* clothes for the kids...(insert whining voice)..but they were on sale!!!.
My most favourite find though was a beautiful range of china for my tea party themed shoot planned for June..I can't wait to get Ava and Aria together, along with a million cupcakes (am I supposed to bake them??) and all things girly...I've wanted to do it forever. I got my brows done at Estee Lauder yesterday and the brow girl, Meg, reminisced about sunny days as a toddler on her Mother's patio where they shared ribbon sandwiches and sugared water as a daily ritual..I'm so inspired to do that with my girls - those things are the reason I had them :)
Posted by Sheye Rosemeyer at 9:59 PM