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Sunday, August 12, 2012

McCormick Family Session | Missoula Family Photographer

This session is a blessing to my heart. I met this family 2 years ago when they were up in Montana visiting family and friends just before Lucas was deployed with the ARMY.

Now all home and safe and sound, back together, this beautiful family was back in town and I had the best and most wonderful pleasure of getting to do another session for them!

The summer here in Montana has been very warm, but it made it possible to head down to a quiet little campground on the Bitterroot River and we walked out into the middle of it on a little island and had the greatest time just talking and laughing as we did the session, and I chased little Beau around trying to get "just one!" LoL!

"When you look at your life, the greatest happinesses are family happinesses".  
                                                      ~Joyce Brothers

Monday, August 6, 2012

Jayden Senior Session | Missoula Senior Photographer

Jayden is a senior in Florence, and already is aiming high! I had a great time talking with him about his goals for his senior year, and where he wants to go on to college too and what's he's planning on doing! He's got a great outgoing personality and it really shined in his images!

Set in the beautiful sunset of Florence, we had a fun time scouting out fun spots on location at the Florence High School.

Cheers! ~Trina

Friday, August 3, 2012

Stone Family Surrogacy Fund

I have shivers going up my spine right now.

My dearest childhood friend, Ali, and her husband Brian, want so bad to have a baby... But they can't. Due to medical conditions, Ali is unable to carry a baby, so that only leaves them with a couple options. But God has blessed them with the option of surrogacy. Her friend, Caryn, offered herself up as a surrogate.

But there is sooo much planning and medical work-ups that go into this, and the military doesn't cover hardly anything at all.

They need our help... whatever little we can offer, for the opportunity to have this miracle.

Here's Ali and Brian's blog:

If you have any special talents that you would be able to donate or give to their cause, it would be greatly appreciated!

Here's a few images that I had done for them as a part of the Operation Love: ReUnited program:

I hope their story finds a way into your hearts, where we can make a difference! If nothing else, if you could just leave a little love on their blog to let them know you care, even that is a LARGE blessing in these two families lives!

Thank you and cheers!