My maternal grandparents had a great influence on my life. They actively grand parented my siblings and me. My grandfather lived from May 29, 1901, to August 12, 1987. Though he’s been gone 25 years, his life continues to impact mine.
Can I tell you about Bradley? . . . Bradley Evitts. Boy, can I ever. But I want to tell you about Pauline first. Pauline Reno was one of the most beautiful women around anywhere, and kind, and sweet with it. I was just a small lad, but I could recognize a pretty woman when I saw one.
Garey and I have a friend—we’ll call him Joe—who has a fairly tough nature. He grew up in difficult circumstances, which gave him a rough edge, and because he came out on the other side of those circumstances and made something of himself, he doesn’t suffer fools very well. He has zero toleranc
The Lawrence FAMILY Session. This picture was taken in 2007. It is still one of my favorite family photo's ever. They had a sick family member, and wanted to take advantage of their last moments with them.
Saturday night May 19, I made my inaugural trip to the new SKYPAC (Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center) in Bowling Green. I received tickets to see comedian Jon Reep as an early birthday present. It was definitely a great gift!
Graduations are popular events this month. Graduation happens when a student successfully completes an academic program, such as high school or college. Students and their families usually celebrate graduation from high school, college, training programs, and sometimes even kindergarten.
There are a few things that come pretty close to bugging me at times. Just close. I don't want to be thought of as an old grouch. Somebody asked first wife Bett if she ever woke-up grouchy. "No," she replied, "I just let him sleep." Well, sometimes maybe, but not always.
1798, an Englishman by the name of Thomas Malthus published his “Essay on Population.” It argued that because food increased at an arithmetic rate (1,2,3,4,…) and population at a geometric rate (1,2,4,8,16,…) there would eventually be too little food. He added that only war, famine, disease, or
Memorial Day: A Time to Reflect and Appreciate Those Who Help Us Stay Free: In his address following the battle at Gettysburg, Kentucky native President Abraham Lincoln stated that we as Americans need “…to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought
One image is that of the son of my dear friend Julia Holman, aka: Julia Christopher. His name is Jack. This time of year, I generally shoot Cap&Gown pictures. When I shoot young grads, I like to get a couple ... "personality" shots.