Friday Letters.

Dear Wedding Photographer - You are AMAZING. Can you please move to Seattle right now and take pictures of me everyday for my blog? You can have the weekends off if you'd prefer. You see, the thing in my skin has never looked that good. Even my wedding day I know my skin did not look that good! So, I want your voodoo magic here with me. Now. Dear Job - Sometimes I like you. Sometimes I don't. Today I do because I didn't have to come in :) I could seriously get use to no longer doing the 8-5 grid. It makes me sleepy and cranky. A break away from you is necessary every so often. Don't take offense. I'm sure most people would say the same thing no matter how much they love their job. Dear Huckleberry - One of the best things about not working is spending time with you, my little man! You are too funny. I sometimes wonder what will happen when I am faced with the reality of having real human babies instead of a golden retriever. Truth is, I may still like you more ;) Dear Steven - I am so proud of you and how hard you've been working for the both of us. You are such a blessing to me! Another week down and I am still happy to be your wife. Let's keep this winning streak going, shall we?


Lacey in the City said...

You look stunning!!!!


Amira said...

Danielle you look absolutely gorgeous!! Congratulations again girly :-)

Karina Marie Powell said...

You look stunning! so so pretty!

Anonymous said...

You are absolutely gorgeous!
Send that photographer my way :D
Great letters, hope you have an amazing weekend!

LWLH said...

You look gorgeous girl! :)

andrea brionne said...

what a gorgeous photo! i live in seattle! its such an amazing place. i hope you're enjoying the somewhat of a summer we're having here :)

andrea brionne

Anonymous said...

Oh my! You look beautiful! I wish I could find someone to make me look like that every day for my blog too! lol

Kara said...

Well, you don't have to have human babies "instead" of a golden. You can have both! I have a kid, two dogs, and two cats.

Hasta Luego,