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Parfrey’s Glen Wisconsin

Summer is a fantastic time of year because there’s so much to do outside. Some people – especially native WISCONSIN people – will argue that there’s plenty to do in the long winter months too, like ice fishing, snowmobiling, and watching Packers games. haha.   But I’m not a huge fan of colder temps, and […]
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Mulberry Jam

When we purchased our home and its 15 acres of land, we had no idea what was planted on the property. We knew the acreage was beautiful and we knew we wanted to raise our kids in a place that had room to wander, explore, and grow. But we didn’t know the rich resource that […]
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Portage Farmers market

Portage Farmers Market | Summer Strawberries

We live on a lot of land, so I like to think of myself as a country girl. (maybe…)   Whether I’m a little bit country or a little bit rock ‘n roll, I know some delicious jam when I taste it. And delicious jam only comes from fresh fruits – not the ones bought […]
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Portage Youth Soccer | Spring Soccer

My son, John, plays soccer for Portage Youth Soccer. PYS is part of the MAYSA system (Madison Area Youth Soccer Association) so we spend lots of weekends traveling between Portage and Madison, watching games and driving to practices. John has played fall soccer for 2 years and this year he also joined spring soccer. My […]
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Summer SALE! Book Your Family Photography or Senior Pictures NOW!

  Before I jump into the exciting details about my big summer sale, I want to take a moment to thank all of you. Everyone who reads my blog, everyone who is a fan on my facebook page, everyone who comments on my posts, and everyone who continues to support me and encourage me – […]
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Graduation Party Celebration | Event Photographer

Family events are all about family – hugging, sharing memories and creating new ones, laughing, relaxing, and having a wonderful time. The last thing anyone wants to do is remove themselves from the celebration because they are trying to load batteries into their camera, put it on the right setting, or stand somewhere that has […]