I read the following blog on a post from my absolute favorite blogger: Missy MWAC. She is hilarious, insightful, and always a pleasure to read. Anyway, this post is something that, as a photographer, I would like to share. It is something that, as a mother, it impacted me and made me take a good, hard look at my own shortcomings.
Without further ado, and with permission, here it is…
When I was a little girl, we would eat dinner as a family every night at five o’clock. My dad was in the Air Force and when he arrived home, dinner was on the table. And, before eating, we would always say a blessing over the food. Most of the time, my parents said grace, but now and then, the responsibility would fall upon my two older brothers or myself to offer up the prayer and it was always the same:
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Lori Stead is a fine art portrait photographer in Corpus Christi, TX. She enjoys creating maternity, newborn, seniors, couples, family, children, and boudoir portraits. She is also a wife, mother of four, and adventurer.