• A Photoshoot With My Girl

    I think about those around the globe that are deeply passionate about things they cannot do right now and the sadness and frustration they feel at the loss of time not doing what makes them feel alive each day. I am eternally grateful that while I understand that depth...
  • An Ominous Cloud

    Since the middle of January, our household income has all but come to a halt. When everyone is worried about not catching a virus that can kill and are locked down to avoid contact with others, they generally don’t shop for fitness wear it turns out. And they most...
  • Taking A Hike

    For the first time, I think, since the mob built Sin City out here in the middle of nowhere, the Governor of Nevada has declared a state of emergency and Las Vegas has shut its doors to the world’s debauchery seekers. Thousands of enterprising young damsels no longer have...
  • Guy Time

    With three kids and a couple of businesses to run Ana and I have not been spending enough time individually with our kids. We do a lot together as a family but that precious one-on-one time has been rare, too rare in my opinion. So last week we decided...
  • You Might Have To Let Them Go

    Ana Tigre and Elaine Goodlad talk about relationships and why sometimes we need to say goodbye to people that are toxic and negatively affect our happiness, self-esteem, personal growth and even our purpose in life.   This podcast is brought to you by BlessedBodywear.com You can subscribe to the...
  • Miss Owlette To The Rescue

    Sometimes a girl just needs to dress up as a superhero and watch tv. These are the moments with our kids that make all the dirty diapers, sleepless nights, endless tears and complaints and demands all worthwhile. I am diligently gathering up photographs like this one to save for...
  • I Officially Came Out…Of Retirement

    I took a long breather from commercial photography. I had a litany of reasons for hanging it up in the first place, most of them related to dealing with people that made the work less than fun, but I am back and with a fresh perspective. I have a...
  • Getting Back In The Saddle

    I caught whatever has been floating around out there in virus-land and was sick for over three weeks. It started with a fever, aches and pains, and extreme fatigue, which then morphed into a deep and debilitating cough, more fatigue, and general uselessness. If you’ve had the pleasure this...
  • Meeting Moniro

    I was born and raised in the prairie province of Saskatchewan, Canada, and emigrated to the United States of America almost twenty years ago. According to some, from their vantage point south of the 49th parallel, I left utopia. And I would agree, for some it certainly is, but...
  • We Had An Epic Battle

    The same scene plays out every morning between 5:30 and 6:00. Jesse calls out for mommy or daddy, and we draw straws to see who gets to fetch him. Soon he is nestling into a sliver of space between Ana and me in our bed and ordering up whatever...
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