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Along side my husband of over a decade, I photograph people in love with each other and in love with their lives. We're based in Paducah Kentucky but gladly will go anywhere you want to take us! We are so glad you've stopped by to follow our most recent adventures! Grab your favorite drink and snack and get cozy... there's plenty to see!

Rule #2 from 10 Rules for Brilliant Women

October 29, 2011

Rule #2: Imagine it

What does a knock-the-ball-out-of-the-park life look like for you? What is the career that seems so incredible you think it’s almost criminal to have it? What is the dream you don’t allow yourself to even consider because it seems too unrealistic, frivolous, or insane? Start envisioning it. That’s the beginning of having it.

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My thoughts… to me, the perfect life would be me, Neil, 2 or 3 kids, and 2 dogs living in 2 store house that I designed in my hometown. I’d be a full time photographer, working part time as some sort of nurse. I want to use my degree but it’s not what I want to be for the rest of my life. Neil would be a high school health and PE teacher at our county high school, couching the varsity boys’ basketball team. Our kids would be active in their schools and our family would be active in my hometown church. In my perfect life, I’d be a full time photographer and part time nurse. What would be awesome if if I could JUST be a photographer and still be able to help Neil support our family in the life we’d like to live. Neil being a teacher isn’t going to get us far….that’s why I’ll most likely practice as a nurse as well. Which will be OK since I like working in the medical field. Reaching further, if I could practice as a nurse anesthetist or a women’s health nurse practitioner specializing in midwifery, all the while still being a photographer?!? That would ROCK! But let’s be honest and practical here. There’s only one of me :/

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  1. Leanne says:

    Aww, sounds like the PERFECT life!

    Well, you could always work full-time as a nurse for x amount of years {basically, until you have any student loans paid off, a certain amount of your house paid off, a little extra money for the kiddies etc} THEN you can go down to part-time and do what you REALLY enjoy doing!

  2. Jeannie says:

    Uhhh…you know I’m going to enter midwifery school in July?? (hoping they like me and my interview and all…) We work together???