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Amy Gray

Michel Family Five Year Photos

Year 0, Year 5, Year 10. Gina and Omar were getting married just as I was beginning my photography career, and I was a rookie photographer, called on to capture the occasion at the church where we all attended. Five years later, their family had grown, and it was time for a beach session with their new baby girl Iris (below). Another five years have passed, and Gina contacted me for a session with their final addition, little Dahlia. Big sister Jasmine is the same age as my daughter Lissa, and she was in my Sunday school class back in the day. Catching up with Gina and Omar was a fun blessing, remembering our family’s sweet growing-up years.

Here are a few photos from five years ago, so you can see how their family has grown and changed:

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And here they are, year TEN!

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Omar and Gina are real estate professionals. Omar works with Summit Funding, and Gina Michel Realty is available for your real estate needs.

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Toddlers and photo sessions remind me of the quote from A Tale of Two Cities: “It was the best of times. It was the worst of times.”

It’s absolutely the most important time to take portraits — but it can be challenging! The two-and-under crowd can experience every human emotion in the space of an hour, and they frequently do! Little Mason was a stand-out for being chill, full of smiles, and enthralled with the patriotic pinwheel Mom and Dad brought along. I loved the way Nikki styled her session, with her long pink dress. Beautiful family!

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My first memory of Kyle, he was working at Starbucks. His mom Maria and I were just getting to know each other since our little girls were in kindergarten and first grade at the same school, and Ysabella’s big brother was a teenager, working hard as he finished high school and held down a job as a barista at the same time. Maria was very proud of him then, and she has had reason to be very proud of him ever since, as he toiled through many years of undergrad studies, got married, and braved medical school. Finally, right in the middle of a worldwide pandemic, Kyle graduated with his MD and took a quick trip to San Diego to celebrate with a photo session at Balboa Park. It happened to be Maria’s birthday, and the San Diego weather behaved itself perfectly . . . unlike Kyle’s dad Kim, who ended up donning the graduation get-up himself. (Don’t miss those outtakes at the end — they’re my favorite.)

As I was reminiscing about our previous photo sessions, I found this behind the scenes shot of a session with Bella and two friends about three years ago. You can see the personalities right there. Love them!

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Even longer ago than that, way back in 2013, we did a holiday mini session. It was fun looking through those images from when Bella was just a little girl.

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Ysabella is now 17 and prepping for her senior year in high school. She is the perfect model and has inherited her mom’s good looks and her dad’s sense of humor. I would say she inherited her brother’s intelligence, but that’s not how it works. 😂

So here they are, the Yuquimpo clan, 2020 edition! (Minus Kyle’s wife, unfortunately, since she wasn’t able to make the trip. Next time!)

First we got Kyle some legit graduation photos since his real graduation wasn’t the norm because of the virus, and then he switched to regular clothes for the rest.

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This family portrait is one of my favorites. I love the light in Balboa Park that hour before sunset!

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At our last full-family photo session, Kyle and Ysabella struck a cute back-to-back pose on the shore. They wanted to recreate it during this session. Here they are, seven years apart:

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That was as long as Kim could be serious, and then this happened.

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Incidentally, Kim sold us our minivan and got us a great deal at Chula Vista Mossy Nissan. Hit him up if you’re in the market for a new car.

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I’m a fan of this one because you can see his glasses fogging up. Real-life, 2020-style.

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And then this happened. All the fancy garb, none of the book learnin’. That’s efficiency for you. 🎓

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Pandemic Puppy Parables III

We got new PUPPY PICTURES! Marley is getting so big, and we officially get to meet him on July 4. Here are some photos our friend and breeder Jessi sent us from Kansas over the last few weeks. First, Marley with his siblings, and then Marley exploring their Kansas farm. (Did you miss my first posts? Check them out here: PPPI & PPPII)


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Last night on Father’s Day we watched “Marley & Me.” We had sworn off that movie because we knew the Marley in the movie was a very naughty dog. We had a moment of weakness and decided to just watch it anyway. Okay — we LOVED that movie! That Marley just needed Zak George to whip him into shape, maybe? Step One: Put a leash on that dog!

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This movie had some great quotes! Remind me of these in like six months:

 

Such short little lives our pets have to spend with us, and they spend most of it waiting for us to come home each day. It is amazing how much love and laughter they bring into our lives and even how much closer we become with each other because of them.

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A person can learn a lot from a dog, even a loopy one like ours. Marley taught me about living each day with unbridled exuberance and joy, about seizing the moment and following your heart. He taught me to appreciate the simple things-a walk in the woods, a fresh snowfall, a nap in a shaft of winter sunlight. And as he grew old and achy, he taught me about optimism in the face of adversity. Mostly, he taught me about friendship and selflessness and, above all else, unwavering loyalty.

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A dog doesn't care if you're rich or poor, educated or illiterate, clever or dull. Give him your heart and he will give you his.

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We are unashamedly dog-crazed right now, and my emotionally-intelligent child remarked this morning that we may have talked too much about our new puppy at the Father’s Day party yesterday and we need to be considerate of others who may not feel equally enthused. He is the worst though. He has a little song about Marley that he sings constantly (even though he claims not to enjoy singing or having anyone ever hear him sing), and he has been watching training videos daily and hounding me (no pun intended) to buy Marley a custom collar on Etsy. He picked out the color.

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The only person who is potentially MORE excited is Rod, who has Marley photos saved to his desktop and has spent every spare moment this last week making Marley a special potty area in the backyard. It is now complete with a fire hydrant. 😂

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Our Father’s Day was MADE when Jessi posted brand new photos of Marley and his siblings online. He’s the one right in the middle with the big smile. (No – down one.)

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Here’s our patriotic puppy looking adorable for the camera.

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July 4th is puppy day! Stay tuned!! 🇺🇸

(Did you miss my first puppy posts? Check them out here: PPPI & PPPII)

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I’ve known Vanessa since she and my sister played Maria and the Baronness in the Sound of Music back in high school. She and I taught on the same campus in our early twenties, and it was there that her “Mr. Darcy” popped the question with her classroom of sixth-graders looking on.

I was so excited to photograph her family of six last week on the beach! I was thrilled with the glassy shore, the sun shining through the pier, and her perfect styling choices. I’m so glad I got to photograph this family of six!

We started out with some mom-and-me photos and individuals while dad was parking the car —>

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Sarah and Mark’s minimalist wedding fell on the perfect, gorgeous day on Coronado. It was just Sarah, Mark, the officiant, and me, and we all appreciated the splendor of the natural shoreline, the big blue sky, and Sarah and Mark’s simple love for one another. Sarah looked stunning, and Mark got to wear whatever shirt he wanted. They’re off to a good start in this marriage thing!

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Senior portraits represent an important moment in time, and I love the opportunity to try out different locations with 18-year-old beauties, like my friend Rachel’s sweet girls.

Once upon a time, Rachel and I were seniors together at Christian High School. Here we are in 1993, straight out of the yearbook, big bangs and all.

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Rachel was the first of my friends to have a baby, and her daughter Faith graduated (also from Christian High) a few years ago. I took Faith’s senior portraits at Presidio Park, and it was her session that introduced me to the part of the park that I like the best! Gorgeous Faith has a gentle spirit that shows in her expressions:

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Well, when it was Faith sister Kenzie’s turn for senior portraits, things were a little more complicated. Still, we were able to grab some outdoor shots in preparation for a grand-scale beach session later in the year, combined with full family photos. Here’s fun, beautiful Kenzie:

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A pandemic portrait for posterity:

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And there she goes, off to Point Loma Nazarene University to major in nursing, just like Mom & Dad.

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I can’t wait to see all three of these beauties (and their favorite guy) later this summer! Time to hit the beach.

Pandemic Puppy Parables II

So in my last pandemic puppy post, I left you hanging without an actual photo of the puppy.

This time, we shall have puppy pictures! To refresh, our puppy is an Aussalier. His dad is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, and his mom is a mini Aussie. Here they are — Carson and Brooklyn:

Brooklyn was kind enough to have her puppies on my birthday (May 6), so, although there was another litter of puppies also born that same week, we narrowed down our puppy picking to Brooklyn’s litter. Obviously *our* puppy was born on May 6. When it was our turn to pick a puppy, boy puppies were still available, and we checked them all out by their photos online. They were all super cute in their rodent-like newborn phase, but we looked for a sweet face and picked this one:

The very night we picked our puppy and knew “it’s a boy!” we had a lengthy chat discussion with my extended family, who had been pretty invested in the puppy process from the beginning. My sister already had a list of names going. As it happened, she was extremely instrumental in helping me get my way with my kids by sprinkling in comments like “children shouldn’t be allowed to name puppies” and “dictatorships are kinda efficient.” My niece Annabelle wanted to name the puppy either Spike or Angel, but she also said nice things like “Aunt Mimi, you should get to name him.” Steven shot down all my British names, especially Remington. Somehow, everyone agreed in the end.

Our puppy officially had a name: MARLEY RYDER

It wasn’t a name on our list for a boy puppy, but it was on my sister’s list, and it seemed to fit our puppy better than any of the other names we considered, like “Patches” and “Copper.” 

My favorite Christmas movie is The Muppet Christmas Carol, and our family has an important Thanksgiving evening tradition of watching it. So, the name Marley reminded us all of this scene, when Marley & Marley, Scrooge’s partners, return from the dead to warn him to mend his ways.  (They are double-cast as the hecklers at Mr. Fozziworth’s Christmas Party, where they criticize Fozziwig’s Christmas speech, concluding, “It was short! I loved it!” This has been quoted by me at the conclusion of many a movie or school play. #shortattentionspan)

This wasn’t necessarily the association I wanted for our baby puppy, so the next morning I Googled Marley’s name to see what it meant.

Turns out that Marley is “from a surname that was taken from a place name meaning either ‘pleasant wood,’ ‘boundary wood’ or ‘marten wood’ in Old English.”

“Pleasant” and “boundary” made me think right away of one of my favorite verses, Psalm 16:5-6: Lord, you alone are my portion and my cup; you make my lot secure. The boundary lines have fallen for me in pleasant places; surely I have a delightful inheritance.”

In the middle of the pandemic shut-down, with both of my tourism-centric businesses essentially closed for two solid months, boundaries have been real. But they have also been pleasant in so many ways. That verse was like a “Godwink” – another little nudge to help my dog-reluctant heart open a little bit more to the coming potty training ordeal. 

Since then, we have watched many Zak George YouTube videos and waited with great anticipation for pupdates! Today we got the latest photos, and I am happy to report that Marley is starting to look more like a dog than a rodent! He’s a CUTIE, and it’s uncanny how much he looks like the dog picture Steven drew before we even knew which puppy was ours.

Read the next installment here.

Pandemic Puppy Parables I

🐶 Newbie dog family here! After a lifetime of insisting that dogs, like swimming pools, are things to visit but not to own, a twist of fate (aka pandemic) created a situation in which a puppy became the only sufficiently inspirational homeschool bribe. Also, our four parakeets became unbearable and a puppy was part of their exit plan.

Now we’re committed, and even the adults around here are starting to really get into it, with only occasional moments of panic.

We did a TON of research on different dog breeds.  We went round and round, because the men in my family wanted a spunky dog that’s playful and active, and Lissa and I wanted a little fluffball lapdog that resembled a teddybear. For a while the Beaglier (beagle/Cavalier spaniel mix) was the front runner, but we quickly discovered that everyone had the same idea as us: “A pandemic is the perfect time to get a puppy!” It was hard to find a puppy anywhere, and we ran in to some scary puppy places online.

So we kept searching, and my sister mentioned an Aussie litter that was available. That set us up to look into Aussies, and Steven loved the breed. I was still stuck on my Cavalier King Charles Spaniel thing, so we Googled the mix and, lo and behold, the Aussalier!

This is a cross between a Mini Aussie and a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. It’s a relatively new crossbreed that promises to be very friendly and lovable, easy to train, and not need two hours of walking a day. If we get lucky, it will also be able to catch a frisbee in case we want to throw one. Best of all, they’re adorable doggies, super smart, and very affectionate. We need a “winner” for our first dog, and with the right training from the beginning, we are hopeful this will be an amazing experience.

We found a wonderful breeder in Kansas who had two litters of Aussaliers due on my birthday. One of the litters was born on the exact day (a sign that we are MFEO), and the puppies are adorable. On Sunday we got to choose a sweet little boy puppy, tricolor, with a white face, paws, and tail. We get to meet him in early July!  So back to the story:

These are our puppy’s parents and grandparents! Dad is Carson, and Jessi (owner of Twin Spur Farms in Independence, Kansas) says he is a Blenheim Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, two years old and about 26 pounds. His dad is Jake (also a Twin Spur dog) and his mom is Gracie, who is owned by Jessi’s mom. Carson is “happiness unending,” in Jessi’s words, always looking like he’s laughing. “He has the goofiest floppy run toward you that makes you instantly happy. He never gets tired of being loved on and will pester you cutely until you can’t help but give in and love on him.”

Brooklyn, the mama, is a large mini Australian Shepherd, 17 inches tall and about 37 pounds. She is almost four and was also born at Twin Spur Farm on June 4 — MY MOM’S BIRTHDAY.  (So our puppy and I just have a lot in common, already.) “Brooklyn is the sweetest, most loving girl. She won’t take no for an answer when she is ready to snuggle. She may be bigger, but she is a tiny lapdog at heart. Her parents are Koda and Honor, two of the best dogs ever! Brooklyn comes from a long line of show champions on her dad’s side and a hard working family on her mom’s side. Mom’s side does agility and ranch work.” I thought it was pretty fun to get all this inside info on our puppy’s mom and dad!

In preparation for puppy picking, Steven made a drawing of what he thought our puppy would look like as part of his “Pandemic Storybook” that he turned in for school. “REAL” puppy pics in the next episode of Pandemic Puppy Parables!

Coronavirus Kitchen Chronicles III

Okay, I’m wrapping it up this time! Ready to show you the anxiously-awaited “AFTER” photos! (See Coronavirus Kitchen Chronicles I and II for the “before” and “during” shots and the whole story of how Joy Elben Design transformed my house from afar. Remote design is a thing, friends!)

The story wouldn’t be complete, though, without the slight breakdown I had on St. Patrick’s Day morning. 🍀

Our appointment for the countertops to be installed wasn’t until the next week, but Granite & Marble Concepts had expedited the process because of what we were beginning to see as the “writing on the wall.” The day before, they called me and gave me the good news that our countertops and fireplace surround were ready to be delivered and installed, and they would be here the next morning. That was about an hour before the shut-down was announced by the governor.

I woke up the next morning without a confirmation from them (the office manager was sick), so I had no idea if the countertops would be delivered, after all. And, further complicating matters, I still had missing appliances, a half-painted kitchen with no cabinet doors, and a sink that had no faucet. Add two kids to homeschool and two tanking, tourism-related businesses, and there may or may not have been tears.

You can imagine my great relief and delight when the workmen pulled up with the countertops and surround! I was sooo happy!! 

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The original tile had to be removed in order for the surround to go in. Granite and Marble Concepts did an amazing job! I love how the fireplace surround matches the countertops now!

Once the counters were in, David with Kingdom Painting arrived and reinstalled the cabinet doors and drawers. He took great care to make sure everything was nice and tight and straight — better than before.

The cabinet hardware went on. My superhero dad had drilled the holes (painstakingly, with much measurement and math involved) before David painted the drawers and doors, so that was a relatively easy job.

We were almost finished, but I had procrastinated on ordering tile, so it took another week or two before Jose Romero and his brother Esteban came to install the backsplash. I stuck some contact paper up to cover up the demoed wall. 😂

The backsplash was worth the wait! I loved it! Of course, I took a timelapse of the tile going in:

In another twist, it turned out that I hadn’t ordered enough tile, so the job was on hold again for a week while we waited for the tile to come in. I washy-taped a paper plate over the vent. #keepingitclassy

In the meantime, the appliances were delivered. Finally, the tile came and so did Jose and Esteban. The grout made a huge difference, and I just loved the result! 

So here are the grand finale kitchen photos! First, a shot from 9 years ago when we bought the house, before the first paint job. This is the ultimate “Before” photo.

AND now!  🥁 Yay!! The official “After” pictures. 

 

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Heirloom dishtowel embroidered by my great-grandmother, Mema George.

Support These Small Businesses:
Joy Elben Design (design genius)
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And a big shout-out to my multi-talented Dad who installed the lighting and the window and cabinet moldings, created a new shelf for the extra space left by turning our double-oven into an oven/microwave combo, installed the faucet, rewired things at the spur of the moment so that the vent hood could be installed, and did a bunch of other things I can’t even remember to keep this project moving along. And then, to top it off, he did this to finish up the office decor. #scary

 

And to my wonderful mom, who fed us every night for two weeks while we were kitchenless or kitchen-compromised. We even slept at their house a few days when the paint was fresh. It was good times in quarantine! ❤️

The end!

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Extended Family Photography in San Diego

Once upon a time, when I was a total newbie at photography, I saw beautiful images by Heather Starr Photography and fell in love with her work. She was the photographer I looked up to and wanted to emulate through my first several years in the business, and we got to be good friends through a small Facebook group and “photographer playdates” when we would meet up to photograph each other’s kids. More than anything, Heather’s beach photography helped me understand what was possible in that location.

Heather moved away from San Diego a few years ago, and since then she has sent me clients and referrals, but when she texted me before Christmas to see if I was available to photographer her own extended family, I just about fell off my chair. I was so honored to get to photograph Heather’s family up in Murrieta, where her mom lives.

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