Thursday, January 31, 2013

Happy New Year from the Fritzes!

2012 was a busy year so we  decided (okay I decided) to do a New Year's card rather than a Christmas card.  It was a really tough year in many ways (fire and flood come top of mind) but at the end of the day (or the end of 12 months) my sincere hope for all of you that whatever storm you are weathering or about to weather that you have as much support and love as we did!  It was a big year for learning lessons, appreciating opportunities and developing our sense of humour!  I am very grateful for 2012 and so excited for what's ahead of us in 2013! 

(p.s.  aren't my kids gorgeous!?!)

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Van de Woestyne Family

When should you have extended family photos done?  When everyone is done having kids? When everyone is married?  Nope....whenever you are all together!  Life is precious, take a momenet to capture the moment! 

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Baby Geneva

Baby Geneva's mom is one tough cookie.  We did her belly shoot in freezing weather and she didn't utter a single complaint.  Dad, on the other hand....oh, well, he's so smitten with Baby G that none of that matters now!  Welcome to the world Geneva!

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Monday, January 21, 2013

Kelly & Jeret went and got themselves all married!

I met Jeret of Kelly and Jeret while photographing his firm, MGI Securities for Fine Lifestyles Magazine.  Thier wedding: an amazing day.  More deatils from Jeret and Kelly's beautifully elegant day by Bliss Wedding Design will appear in the upcoming Fine Lifestyles Wedding Edition!

Cliff & Dale Rempel and their fabulous brood!

This is an excellent family.  Amongst the local celebrities, successful business owners and engineers, you will find some people really making a difference in the community.   The beautiful blond lady in these images is the director of The Learning Disabilities Association of Saskatchewan (LDAS).  LDAS manages the Arrowsmith Program, the school that my daughter has attended for the past two years.  It is life-changing and we will forever be grateful for its presence in Saskatoon.
To top it all off, they were just plain old fun!