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Pennsylvania Trip

December 2-6 I went to visit one of my sweet and talented friends Tania Lezak. We had such a fun weekend. She and her husband adopted little Annika last January and I have been dying to meet her. She is precious and has such a cute personality. We played, watched movies, drank lot of hot tea and I can't even tell you how many M&M's we ate. Saturday morning Tania and I headed to Philly to photograph a wedding. I haven't second shot in years so I was pumped. The couple was lovely and Tania and I had a blast shooting together. I haven't laughed that much in a really long time. Since I have been home we have been skyping with our other good friend Kate from California trying to get a girls trip together for Feb. I CAN NOT wait.

- Sarah


  1. Please explain the twitter message about "this lovely morning sickness". Are you telling us something wonderful?

  2. What an adorable baby girl.. She is precious =)


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