Saturday, January 24, 2009

Happy New Year!

I have received many messages about updating my blog lately and I apologize for being out of touch for so long! Returning to California right before Christmas, compounded with my seven weeks away, made for a very hectic holiday season to say the least. Besides the regular Christmas festivities, I spent a week in Big Bear with some friends and family. I have to say that the most shocking part of returning home was the temperature difference and hanging out in the snow did nothing to alleviate that. Two weeks ago school started up again and we are under extremely tight deadlines to finish our various products. So...I should get back to work on that book. Photography and updates to resume after those deadlines pass...

P.S. For the first time in about 10 years I did not send out Christmas cards - ahhh! This picture of Kelby, Kyler and I was going to be on the card but I honestly don't know if or when it will materialize. Hope this will work for now.


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