One Year Ago Today

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Thinking back on these pictures I remember the Hootons stopping to say that they were going to try one of their favorite shots on us, the “Rhett Butler.” Essentially, all Chase had to do was look down at me lovingly like he was about to kiss me. Boy was he TERRIBLE at it. I love him but I saw the absolute funniest outtakes of those pictures. Eventually I took charge and showed him how to do it so we finally got this great picture where we’re laughing a little because we’ve tried this shot dozens of times by this point.UcwDyT9uT3suhj8hmkb5jvJSYNoye4IhBDZMdOZtjkY,VU07ypcP4Tj1ubngiGeiN98aknAHpWhg5yxYH2h4Mqw,lRqwt10ShopiY_00SwKk4ZxnYp1VAVyS4PziP4tbLqk,sLlxYagVyOAzqd70KI9OIkuUcq4w_2i-G5trjYDFF88

Of course we also had to get one of our obligatory tree pictures.IMG_4723

I also loved this one of Chase playing with his glasses. It was a little bit of a fluke but was cute and candid.qW2VkLGPCgmSEnk2BRVnrWXQwoO8gnCW3I1hWax7KDY,aJwoOrE9ca7sGeFEkYdajCHg4iENp1-Uvs48Qgh7m3A,0GyRYii6jNsLIAxCjp7tDEaj7IhUKJcFRMnRDhN0bkQ,onaA8i0HgBZ8EfwMdsyzE2NlErFs08UQr8lmRmMmbpI

After walking all over the place taking pictures the Hootons were nice enough to wait so we could get some really cool shots of us on this path full of hanging lights. So we all waited…and waited..and got but my mosquitos…and waited some more. And they never came on! Fortunately we got these really great dusk pictures instead.

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It’s funny to think back and realize we were on the verge of so much just then but I’m glad now to be able to look back and cherish these sweet memories.

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