I’m getting a slow start this morning, and that’s after going to bed last night at eight o’clock! I was exhausted! From the 6 a.m. emergency through a long (and fun) day with Jerry here taking food photos, there has been a lot going on here. As you can see in the photo above, the studio is a disaster area from cooking/baking so many things at once.

Meanwhile, my house looks like a tornado blew through it–furniture moved around, “props” everywhere (my things, used as props in photos). I have things out of place all over the house and outside the house as some photos were taken outside. Inside things are outside. Still. Because I was like, whatever, and I went to bed!

I will be back asap with photos of the photo shoot AND the story of BP’s big accident. (She is still okay today!)

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on December 13, 2012  

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  1. 12-13

    Get some rest… Glad your shoot is over and that BP is OK

  2. 12-13

    Suzanne = busy, but happy at it!

    Looking forward to details whenever…

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