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The Gift

Rachel, Colin and Daddy laying on the floor Well, it sounds as though some of you don't think that being married to me is enough of a gift for my wife.  So I decided maybe I'd give her a gift beyond a blog post which pretty much just talked about how great I am.

So, based on a side conversation we had this morning, I decided to have a "meeting" and take the afternoon off.  I headed out and grabbed the kids from daycare and got their pictures taken at Portrait Innovations.  All wives need pictures of their perfect husbands...  and kids too I guess.

Seems like Erin loves the ones I got developed, as well as a few I decided we didn't have to pay for.  If you're looking for them though, you can check them all out herePortrait Innovations does an amazing job of taking tons of pictures (we got 135) and walking you through comparing them in groups of 3 to find the perfect ones.

Sometimes God just puts a great big arrow in the sky and all you have to do is follow it.

Happy Birthday Erin.

Peace,
+Tom

P.S. For those of you who commented here to with Erin a happy birthday, I've forwarded on all of those comments.  She's laughed and one and been thankful for all of them.

Comments

Missa said…
Tell me more about Portaint Innovations, I see there is one 16 min away from me and they seem very cheap, whats the deal?

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