wildflowers reunion | harvesting hope in washington
I’m not really sure how to start this….I’m at such a loss for words about how much these woman mean to me…how much I need them…how much a miss them daily…and how much I can’t wait to see them next year.
Joy has changed my life in more ways than one. Not only has she introduced me to some of my now best friends, photographed our own family, and opened a door to seeing life in a whole new way, but she has become a true friend. Her honest and heartfelt outlook on women, whether it be as business owners, aspiring photographers, or as mothers, wives, girlfriends, etc is just so empowering….please take a moment or two to read through this post of hers talking about what really matters…it’s truly life changing. If you are an aspiring photographer or professional of many years in a rut…I highly encourage joining our group of friends….and i’m not saying that to be cheesy or anything, we truly are great friends and even better support system (a photography industry rarity)
Here are a few shots of our days at the reunion, we camped in the trailer, made leaf crowns, danced in the rain, picked apples in the orchard, soaked in the outdoor jet tub, old friends were reunited and new friendships sprouted :) Alissa and I stayed a few extra days to soak in all that Washington had to offer and had some incredible heart to hearts with Joy and Amy (<– my inspiration to get into video). Here is her video she made while in washington aaaaand a few instagram shots because my phone died in october and I lost all the images from the reunion…..sad face….