I am fortunate to live in Knoxville, Tennessee, near the Great Smoky Mountains. We are avid hikers and go to the mountains as often as possible… especially during the fall and spring months. In fact, we will be going on a hike there this Sunday. It’s what we do every Father’s Day because it is […]
Tag Archives: photography
The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free. With technology today, cameras and camcorders have just gotten better and better. And everyone wants a camera nowadays. I know as a blogger, I’m always taking photos for my blog… and […]
The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free. I take a lot of photos not only of my family and for personal use, but also for my blog. I’ve been using my iPhone for several years now, and […]
Guest Post Image Source Planning a wedding is a full time job in itself. We don’t have to tell you all the things you need to think about – you’ll already have a list as long as your arm. No doubt somewhere on that list will be a photographer. Don’t underestimate the importance of this […]
This fun, addictive, look at all the cool things I can do to my photos post, has been brought to you by Snaps! and Sverve… I’ve mentioned how we had snow on the first day of Spring, while my son was on “Spring” break, in previous posts… very un-Spring weather. Just this past Monday it […]
I wish each of you a very Happy Easter and Passover!
I really like this quote – “I realize how unique my path has been. And I’m thankful for that.” It struck a chord with me. Image Source
I shared this on Facebook yesterday, since I was inspired by all the rain we have been getting lately. It’s one of the rainiest winters I can remember. “Into each life some rain must fall.” ~Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Into each life some rain must fall #WW –su.pr/257csa — DonnaChaffins (@DonnaChaffins) March 6, 2013
My absolute favorite character Cody as played to date is Lucius P. Scanton in “Around The World In 80 Days” by Jules Verne, that he is currently portraying (one of 3 speaking roles) at Knoxville Children’s Theatre. He is hilarious as the over-the-top U.S. Marshall. Oh, and not completely “Wordless” Wednesday….