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Yay! It's Almost Christmas! | Lower Mainland Boudoir Photographer | Lower Mainland Wedding Photographer

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I thought I'd pop in here to say hey to everyone, it has been a while and because I'm really shy sometimes I don't post. 

So, let me give you a bit of an update...

It's almost Christmas! As one of my clients just said to me, "WHERE DID THE TIME GO?"

I have so much new work that I'm really, really excited to share. A few winter weddings, still some weddings from the summer, and lots of boudoir work. Lots of really awesome boudoir work that I'm super excited about.  And I've had a string of clients over the last few weeks that have approved me to share. Wheeee! So you'll be seeing a lot more boudoir photos coming to my blog, my insta, and twitter. I don't post too much boudoir on Facebook because I've heard it's really easy to land yourself in "Facebook Jail" so, yeah, usually I just stick to wedding photography on Facebook.

Back to Christmas, I'm keeping it pretty low-key this year, and staying at home. Home is where the heart is, right? My plan is to sleep, like, all day. Those who know me, know that I usually skip on events or anything fun because I'm working, and it's rare that a day goes by that I don't get pulled into some kind of work, so Christmas day, probs gonna turn off the phone and the laptop. Unplug, you know?

What beats a good Christmas day with bailey's and coffee at breakfast, wine at lunch, and a food coma at dinner? And so many treats. It's Christmas, I can justify all the treats I want!

Anyway, I hope you all have a super wonderful holiday, with good friends, food, and family, and hopefully a holiday fire or at least the channel with the fire and the guy that comes and puts a log on every once in a while.

Stay warm, and enjoy the coming of longer days ahead. There is so much more daylight in store for us, friends!

(oh, and, this photo was taken at a church in Greece in my father's hometown, and his father, my Grandfather, helped to build this particular church).

JOY to you all! <3