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Sometimes the littlest things take up the most room in your heart. – Winnie the Pooh
The Jeffrey children were full of personality, as the pictures depict! In spite of the sultry Arkansas weather, these kids were very willing participants. The only problem was getting them to participate in sync!
The western half of Arkansas, boasting both natural beauty of the Ozarks and Ouachitas and interesting cities and towns, can sometimes overshadow some very appealing places in the east. In fact, in order to complete our Arkansas Bucket List, we will have to head that way on several occasions, which is exactly what we did … More Flashback Friday – Wings of Honor Museum
In honor of National Pet Day, I wanted to post a few beloved furry and feathered friends that have come to The Alley! I think we got a smile out of this little guy! Bandit enjoyed the comfy couch…. ….while others preferred the cool concrete! We never tire of Pretzel and his family! We are … More National Pet Day!
We’ve been together many times since this gathering in 2012, where we all took turns racing down the hill on my nephew’s plasma car, but I think these shots accurately reflect our personalities. We each bring different gifts to the table, but, oh, is that table abundant! I am very grateful for my sisters and … More Happy Siblings Day!
As our portrait business has grown, the time we get to spend hiking has decreased. I don’t see that as a negative, merely, we have traded one form of beauty in Arkansas for another. It has truly been a delight!
When traveling through northeastern Arkansas, it would seem shameful to bypass I-55’s exit to Dyess, the small delta town whose native son was none other than The Man in Black, Johnny Cash. So, even though exhaustion was beginning to set in as the time in the car had reached almost twelve hours, and the River Valley … More Flashback Friday – Dyess Arkansas