Yup. It was cold. So cold that that my fingers were sticking to my equipment. (That's cold.)
But who cares?
Neil and Jess braved 12 degree temps and a snow storm for their session. I wore jeans (WHAT was I thinking) and got completely soaked.
Dana and Mike were fearless on their wedding day and we did ALL their photographs outside! I was so into it I forgot to put on my coat! Yeah. The whole day outside in a shirt. Go Tam. ::laughing shaking head.::
So I was faced with a dilemma about 2011.
How to talk about it. How to show you my work. How to make you happy to see it. (I'm still working on that one! ::grin:: )
Do I talk about the new studio?
Or how we've grown in leaps and bounds?
Or my team?
Or the cool projects I've gotten to do this year?
Or the traveling?
Or what I've learned?
Or what's new?
.... I could. But then the blog entry would be 156 pages long and you'd be here until Sunday morning reading this. And I'm frankly, not that interesting. ;)
Then I thought, well, maybe I can post...
I’ve had this blog entry percolating in my head for a while…it’s something that comes up at EVERY meeting I have with my couples and I hear the worry when they bring it up – what if it rains, Tam, what if the weather is bad?
Since one of my focus points this year is to not stress over (or stress LESS) things that I have absolutely no control over (wish me luck ::grin::). I am offering this list of 5 reasons you may not have considered about weather and why it’s very unpredictable nature (if you’ll pardon the pun) makes your day uniquely yours…it’s something you should prepare...