Friday, January 4, 2013

My New Year's Resolution... Blog.. | Photography | Manhattan , Kansas | Fort Riley | Junction City | Wamego |

Happy 2013!  As I sit here I am being force fed a chocolate chip cookie, a baguette, and a bright green pear (made of plastic of course!), by my 2 year old.  So naturally.. I decide now is the time to stop delaying the inevitable.. it's time to blog.  Blah!  I have not been anxious to add another task to my to-do list.  I haven't been overwhelmed with spare time between cleaning up from vacation, taking care of my daughter/the house/my husband and all that that entails.  (I'm sure one or two of you can relate).  And, on the off chance I do get "spare time", it is mostly spent doing one of the many things I love - photography and all that it entails: reading, editing, ordering, scheduling, looking at accessories I can't afford, making plans in my head, etc.

I haven't had a photo shoot the last couple of weeks because of the holidays, which allowed me to break out my camera and take pictures of my family for a change as we "enjoyed" the snow.  I would be fibbing if I said that I loved snow.  I DO think it is very beautiful, and I can certainly appreciate it when I am inside and don't have to go anywhere.  Unfortunately, I'm not allowed to hibernate for the winter, and my daughter thinks it is fun to play in the snow.  Clearly, she didn't spend 25 years of her life living in Southern California! So we have to put on the snow bibs (ski pants for me), gloves, boots, jackets, and beanies just so we can go outside and make snow angels.  Some of you may think that is a little extreme for going in the front yard.. but it is necessary if I am expected to be outside for more than 5 minutes playing in snow!  I must admit, we did have some fun together, and it was much better than my experience the day before trying to get the car seat out of a vehicle when the doors were frozen shut!  Needless to say,  I am still looking forward to summer!  I do have quite an adorable snow bunny though..

I am a local photographer in Manhattan, Kansas.  I serve Manhattan and the surrounding areas of the Flint Hills including Fort Riley, Junction City, Wamego, St. George, KS.  There is a small travel fee for clients of 20 miles away depending on the location.  I also offer services for Engagement, Wedding, Senior, Newborn, Cake Smash, Family, and Children.

Stacey Zoll Photography

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