Some things in life are bittersweet.
And that's exactly where I find myself today.
You see - our family has these dreams - dreams for the future - crazy big, beautiful plans that excite us beyond measure - but as dreams often do, we find that are some changes ahead for us.
And one of those changes? Our family has decided to relocate to Atlanta, GA.
It's not an easy choice...
We LOVE our friends and my client-friends beyond measure.
But...to truly follow these dreams, we find that we simply must relocate.
Well...it is a cool place. With incredibly cool people. And we have some great family down there.
It's warmer. Chicago - I love you and your summers, but your winters are difficult...
They have a nice airport. More on this in a moment...
And it is home to two schools that my husband is considering for his PHD work. (speaking of which - if you'd like to check out his blog, head over to www.theopaulson.com)
So, towards the end of the summer, our family will head down to start the southern part of our journey as a family.
What does this mean?
I'm glad you asked...
As of late this summer, amyp photography will still be blessed enough to be based out of Chicago AND Atlanta for wedding photography. Both cities will serve as our home base. (Double the cool points.) And as always, we accept wedding commissions world-wide and cannot wait to serve brides and grooms in many different locations. (That's why we're glad Atlanta has a great airport)
But this does mean we will have limited individual, couple and family lifestyle sessions left here in Chicago. As I noted in previous posts, I will be starting maternity leave June 20 and that will mark the end of our time serving the Chicagoland area for lifestyle sessions. (So...if you would like to set up a session, send me an email!!! [email@example.com] I would love to meet you and have the opportunity to tell your story.)
I cannot thank you enough for all of your support, your encouragement, your sweet emails, your kind comments and every other way you've encouraged me! And we would definitely appreciate it if you'd let Atlanta friends know that we'd love to meet them and tell their stories when we move there soon! In the meantime, rock on with your bad selves...