Worth the money…

I received a phone call today from a young man whom I had photographed earlier this year. He called to say thanks for the pictures – and that he has earned his money back from the money he spent!!! I love to hear that. Ethan’s story continues to grow more and more interesting. I told him we were going to start a fan club – he just laughed and said, “NO”.  The day after submitting his pictures he received a call to work on a commercial shoot. He has since done a spot in a T.V. show, and been called back 3 times to work on a Sandra Bullock movie.  He is staying  busy and loving the doors that have opened for him. He told me – I always pass on your name! See why I think this guy is a great guy 🙂 – just teasing, I thought that before I ever took pictures of him! Anyway, I thought I’d post a few of his pictures – who knows, someday we might all say, “I knew him when…”









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5 Comments on “Tea Party At The Horse Barn…Fun Times!”

  1. Norma Teagle
    September 13, 2010 at 10:34 am #

    Sheila great photography and heartfelt words as always.

    The time shared with “family” was such a blessing. I had such a great time…my prayers were answered…the experience of ‘yes’ I did it…plus my first tea party at a barn…what a good day!

    The photos show God’s creation…land, sky, animals, and His children having wonderful fellowship…our hearts felt His presence on this occasion.

    Again, Sara, happy birthday…may the Lord bless you richly this coming year and always.


  2. admin.
    September 13, 2010 at 11:14 am #

    Who knew a “barn” tea could be so elegant! I was so proud of you and your horse ride!! Yes, sharing special moments with those that God has been so gracious to bless us with along this life journey is icing on the cake!

  3. Susan Bateham
    September 13, 2010 at 12:54 pm #

    Oh, Sheila, You can throw a beautiful tea, no matter where it is. The pictures were gorgeous. You had the absolute perfect setting. Until May of this year, Joe and I had not been to the mountains in many many years. We are planning, however, Lord willing, another trip to Blue Ridge around the middle of October. I am soooo looking forward to that trip:)

  4. admin.
    September 13, 2010 at 1:08 pm #

    Sue, we are VERY close to the Blue Ridge Mnts! You guys can always stop in for a visit!!! I had the wonderful privilege of just being a guest at this tea. Debbie Garrett and her two beautiful daughters put everything together and we enjoyed the day! I certainly miss our teas together. A fall tea would be nice – don’t you think?

  5. Mr Bob
    September 13, 2010 at 9:07 pm #

    Sarah sparkles when she smiles. Says it all!

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