Visiting local Greenhouse

Since I had to reschedule both my sessions this weekend due to the lovely and unreliable Indiana spring weather, “E” and I went to Wal-mart to get a few things, then we headed to Nelson’s Greenhouse just down the road to look at what they’ve got growing so far. I don’t know how many greenhouses they have, I’d venture to say they have around 7 greenhouses. Only a few of them had any blooming flowers yet, but they were getting fuller and fuller. They grow everything organically and everything you get from there is so healthy looking and it’s just awesome. Becky is so knowledgeable and friendly. I just love that place. So, with camera in hand, “E” and I looked around to see what they had.

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“E” was helping Becky and her husband hold the plastic in place. They were getting another greenhouse ready. 😀

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Snow day

Well Indiana, and a lot of other states, got hit with quite a bit of snow. In my city it was reported that we got about 7 inches or so. My mother-in-law, who lives in Indianapolis, got around 12-13 inches. That’s more snow than we’ve seen in a long time. When the snow finally stopped, my husband set out to shovel the sidewalk. E of course loves to help out so my husband gave her a broom to help sweep off the cars. Our dog Bella LOVES the snow. She will bury her face in the snow and just go plain crazy in it. I love it!!

A little bit of Fall

The leaves are slowly starting to change here in Indiana. There is nothing that makes me stop and go “WOW!”, but little by little signs of fall are starting to emerge. We’ve gotten out our jackets, even had our heat on a time or two already. I really hate the smell of the furnace starting up for the first time, yuck! lol

I try to get “E” out to look for the changing colors. It’s fun to hear the songs that she learns at daycare the revolve around fall. They are quite clever.

The following pictures were taken a couple of days ago. Just some random shots to share. In the next few weeks, I’ll be sharing some photographs from the Post Prom event taking place on Saturday the 11th, followed by the Crank Family’s Newborn session with little “X” and his big sister “A”. I can’t wait to meet this family.

If you are in my area and have been considering booking a session, I encourage you to e-mail me very soon as I am running out of weekend dates for October. I am considering opening up evening times during the workweek to accomodate some families. My e-mail is JulieLawsonphotography@yahoo.com.