Best way to spend a frigid Sunday after a blizzard drops 8+ inches of snow on us?
Make a giant batch of Diane’s sauce to restock the freezer, and pizza for dinner.
Sunday Sauceday perfection.
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Whew! What a weekend! I apologize for my absence, but it was a busy few days. After spending my Saturday photographing the 9th Annual Wear Yellow Ride to raise money for cancer awareness and research, Steven and I headed out to spend our Sunday afternoon at the Himark Golf Course here in Lincoln to help some local Lutheran youth raise money for their mission trip to Joplin, Missouri and New Orleans, Louisiana.
We couldn’t have asked for a nicer Sunday. It was warm, sunny, and just enough of a cool breeze to keep us from sweating to death while we waited for the teams of golfers to play through our hole. We photographed each group and every single golfer participating in the scramble, and got some really great shots of everyone. Best of all, we had a blast. And, with Cadence at home spending the afternoon with Grandma, Grandpa and her cousin Odin, it was the closest thing Steven and I have had to an actual date in months! 🙂
Here’s just one of my favorite shots from the day. These guys were cracking us up…
So, now that the charity event madness is over, it’s time to get back in the groove and back on schedule. I’ve got hundreds of photos to process, an engagement session booked, Momma Dawn and Kassie coming to town for my cousin Vawn’s wedding, and a blog begging for some regular posting again.
And for now, it’s time to smear some more aloe vera on my sunburned neck and get some sleep.