I’m a mother of three: Alia (4), Ava (2), and Robbie (6 months). Generally I’ve always heard this statement, “I’d do anything for them” and nodded – it’s true you know; but was it true in my life? When it came down to it, would I really do anything? Then I started getting busy again; having restarted my business in the Savannah area, this took some time. I missed a funny moment here and there, missed a learning opportunity, missed hearing about that day’s ventures – my focus being on the next item I needed to do, the next client I needed to speak with, the next promotional Taken was dreaming up. I wasn’t living up to that statement: I’d do anything for them. After months of fighting it, I am now – for my family, at the moment – “doing anything for them” means putting Taken on pause. This is an indefinite pause – I will be coming back, hopefully with a daughter or two by my side helping me. But for now Taken is no longer taking new clients. If you’re a past client, no worries, Taken is still here to help. In the meantime, I’ll do doing more of this… Hugs, Alicja
It happens… it’s heart breaking and exciting all at the same time
Taken did it again!
Fresh start… again
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Tina over on Taken’s Facebook page asked, “What would you do first… adjust the exposure compensations or bump up the ISO in a low light situation?
I love LOVE the modern conventions of personalized hangers. Quite bummed that I didn’t have this when I got married!
Taken with Hope has my heart aching. I meant gut-wrenching, heart screaming, desperation
After a great consult, where plenty of laughter and smiles were shared, the bride looked at me and said, “Can I ask you a question… kinda off the record?
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