Random thoughts...

It's February, and freezing. I have only a few things on my calendar until spring... because no one likes to be cold on their best day ever. The cabin fever is bad this year for me so I went out “window shopping” and I came home with the most expensive shampoo and conditioner I have ever bought in my life. Eeeeek! I have always been told to “buy the good stuff.” If my stylist is reading this right now, she is shaking her head YES!!! So on a whim, I did it. And all I can say is, my day of buyer's remorse ended after my first wash with it. Wowee wow! It really does make a difference. I was a naysayer for years, but I stand corrected!!! My hair looks and feels better than ever. For those wondering what I bought, it's called Bondi Boost and I got it at Ulta. I confess, it was a lot to spend during the winter downtime, but oh my, I don't know if I can go back to regular shampoo ever again. Hahaha! ;)

I want to take you back in time to the days before I moved. To the time before I got really sick. Way back to before the Renault Winery renovated and it was just this charming old school vineyard four minutes from my house. When I look at these, I do miss my old home, but it's all good. Nothing is the same, including this vineyard, that of which you won't believe your eyes when I post sessions from the newly renovated winery. And I will soon catch up enough to share the great spots I found here between Salem County NJ, Gloucester County NJ and Camden County NJ. I do love the garden state.

Meet the C family. I am sure this sweet family has added a sibling since I saw them, but this was such a great day, I was hoarding this session for when I felt better enough to book more just like this. Perfect colors, perfect weather, and incredible people. And how extra adorable is this sweet garden-fairy!!

I just want to say thanks to you all for being here still and riding this out with me. Sometimes I don't know what to say, but sharing the work I have done feels so nice, I will keep trying to just write random thoughts until my writer's flow comes back to me.