Last week we headed to the East Coast for my husband’s holiday work party. The event was held at Phipps Conservatory in Pittsburgh. The party it self was not as great as it could have been, but we certainly enjoyed our time visiting with some old friends and experiencing the infamous Chihuly exhibit. Here are some photographs from my adventures in Pittsburgh. Note, these were all taken with my point & shoot.
an image from the plane..
Here is my beautiful friend, Cassandra. She is one of the most inspirational people I’ve ever met, and an amazing writer. Needless to say, when she asked me to photograph her wedding, I was honored. We’ll be flying out to Philly this June to document her big day. Unfortunately, I didn’t get to meet her fiance Steve, but she showed me a this photo These two met in Mozambique and are planning a second ceremony in Africa. Here’s crossing my fingers that I get invited to that one too Starting this year, I’m offering a Diamond Destination package, so if you know of anyone getting married outside the US, or Hawaii, please have them contact me for more information.
Here is a photograph of my best friend, Breanna and her handsome son, Benjamin. We had an awesome time hanging out, plus his aunt Shannon taught him a fun new game. I would post the pic of me and Ben, but it looks like I’m shaking him silly. I’m all smiles, but he looked confused. I LOVE babies.
Here is me taking a picture with the strikingly beautiful ladies, Bre and Cassandra…oh ya, and Ben’s head.
Later that night, I met up with some more of my girlfriends for Happy Hour at a sweet restaurant called Thai Pei, a must visit anytime I’m in the Burgh.
Here is my hubby, Wade, and I sporting our new diggs before the party. I bought him an early Valentines gift, a swelteringly good looking sports jacket with matching button down shirt. Doesn’t he look handsome? I scored a beautiful dress at Ann Taylor, perfect for the occasion, complete with matching jacket and accessories.
one of the exhibits…
I’m a huge fan of Chihuly’s work and would have loved to taken a piece home, however they started at a whopping 5K, maybe next year!
Have a great weekend!