My love for making wedding videos began when offering to make them for family and the many friends that have gotten married over the years. I have no fancy equipment or computer programs, but look forward to the day when I can get them. My sister Danae and I dream of going into business together someday...and who knows, maybe someday we will. Danae shot pictures for Tiffany & Steve last weekend and I tagged along to help...here's the video from their wedding I put together.
Saturday, June 18, 2011
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
“It could have gone either way,” John stated, the Alley Oops biggest fan who never missed a game, regarding the consensus of their play in the Neenah Streetball Tournament. It could have been anyones game until the very end last weekend. It was a cold and windy start on Saturday, June 11th as the team gathered together an hour prior to the first game at 9 a.m. The first game was a tough loss by two points making the final score 14-16. “By the second game we were finally starting to gel as a team,” Alley Oops teammates stated, many not having touched a basketball in years. By their next game at 4 p.m. they were ready to face the goliaths and played an aggressive battle with a show stopping finish to win the game 12-16. No one could stop Leah and Hannah’s drive down the lane, or get past the aggressive defense of Rachel and Rachelle. Rachelle even spent most of the time on the ground which reminded her of high school, trying to grab the ball away from others twice her size.
|Nice form hannah!|
|The Alley Oops|
Thursday, June 9, 2011
I CAN'T believe it...my little sister graduated this week! I still remember when I was in second grade and would ask the teacher to pray everyday that my mom would deliver a healthy, happy baby sister for me. My dad came home late in the night after my mom delivered and woke me up, saying, "Rachelle, you have a baby sister." I was so excited! I jumped up in bed and quickly got dressed to go and see her. Once we brought her home I immediately became her little mother and would carry her around like playdoll on one hip. Like I said, I cannot believe that she is now a graduate, and am excited to see where life will take her. I am so proud of you dede! love you!
Friday, June 3, 2011
|We even had t-shirts. Obi & the yaks.|
For months Ryan and I have been preparing to kayak across Lake Winnebago from
to High Cliff over Memorial weekend. We did our best to calculate how long it would take us to yak the 10 ½ miles, but knew it would largely depend on the weather we would be battling against. Knowing that the Winnebago is notorious for sudden, unexpected changes in weather which can turn hazardous even for boats, I was a little leery of the idea and knew we would need a perfect day for this adventure. Oshkosh
|Waking up- ready to take on|
We arrived to High Cliff at exactly noon, taking just over 5 hours to finish. We were paddling about 2 miles per hour at this rate under perfect conditions. My arms were getting pretty tired the last couple miles, so I am sure if the conditions had been windier it would have taken a bit longer.
|Made it to High Cliff!|