{Taken in the early Anne & John days – when most of our pictures look like this}

So I’ve been pretty busy lately working on some projects for my photography. It seems like my camera is being put to good use – just not for this blog. I have some big things coming up this weekend for Anne Blodgett Photography. Stay tuned! I’m pretty excited about it — like, the stay up until 2am, can’t hold your eyes open anymore, wake up in a good mood, kind of excited.

Speaking of THAT kind of excited, when was the last time you felt that way? There have been a handful of times in my life that I can think of – high school graduation, the night before our wedding, and the night before Liam’s induction (though let’s be real, I wasn’t really sleeping that well anyway).

There was, however, one really long summer back in 2009 when I had those butterflies every night. Call it mine and John’s courtship, if you will (hey, chivalry is not dead). I could write a short story on the romance of Anne & John, but I’ll spare you. So short story, shorter…we had to spend three months apart in the very beginning of our relationship, and I’m not kidding you – we stayed up until the wee hours of the morning video chatting nearly every day. And for those of you who know me, I like and need my sleep. That’s how I knew it was love.

Ahhhh the honeymoon stage.

If you haven’t felt that excited feeling in a while, get out there and find something (or someone) to give it to you.  Find love, find a new hobby, or maybe just find the perfect new pair of shoes (like these!). Life’s too short to be stuck in a rut.


{Liam checking out our super secret photo shoot location for this weekend}


  • Brooke

    yay for new projects! so excited to see what they are :)

  • Rochelle

    I’m so happy for you, anne! Though we’ve only worked together as interns for two months, i remember when you talked about you and John while we were driving to wherever we were sent to for the afternoon. i knew it was real love! congratulations! :)

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