I have a lot of thoughts in my head that I want to say about this post, but I am getting a little choked up trying to get them out. 😟😢 . . Oscar and Mojo and I go way back. They have shopped in the store I co-own for nearly a decade. Their mom and dad are some of the most loyal, good people I have ever met. When I got news that Mojo (on the right) wasn’t doing well, it broke my heart. These two are just as much my friends as their parents are. And, I know that their parents do everything 100% the very best they can for their boys. It can be quite awful some days to have such a deep love of dogs. Because they break your heart, and they don’t even mean to. 💔 . . Mojo is doing well today, so his parents decided to have me come by for photos because my tagline, “how will you remember?” really resonated with them. They WANTED to remember him like this. Not sickly and not himself. But well, and full of life and a new found love of dehydrated tripe treats! . . It’s always an honour to be chosen to capture these moments… THANK YOU Tara and Wayne for giving me that honour!
“How will you remember?” These simple words are my tagline for a reason. I want people to remember their dogs, well, how they want to remember them! My tagline resonated with this amazing family, and when they got some “not so great” news about their boy, Mojo, they booked with me. . . Mojo is not going anywhere anytime soon, but sometimes it takes a health scare to remind us to get things like professional photos done while it’s fresh in our minds. ❤❤❤ . . I adored this session SO MUCH and this particular shot I feel sums up the entire goal of our time together which was to capture the love between a mom and her boy. Do you feel the love? 🍁💗