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I’m still in the middle of the craziest move of my life … you know the kind where one day you are making long-term plans and the next you are suddenly selling your house!! I have so much to tell you about staging a home and organizing a move, but I’ve realized that I can not multi-task actually doing those things while blogging about them. Look forward to those – you may have to wait a few months!
I did have something I wanted to share right now, though. I have new Bio Pics! Woohoo!!!!!
A few years ago, in January of 2013 to be specific, I took my last set of Bio Pics. I remember that crazy time because I had JUST had a baby. I sat on the floor of my son’s room with my back to his beadboard and handed my husband my camera. I told him to take a million pictures of me (and I hoped that there would be at least one usable in the mix).
My old bio pic …
Not bad for what it is, but I’ve wanted an update for a while! And before I leave Northwest Arkansas, I wanted an appointment with a headshot photographer in the area that comes highly recommended.
So, last weekend, I drug my husband to the photographer and we both had our picture taken. In my opinion, every adult needs a good headshot in the corporate world. Our kids came too, which was kind of hilarious, because normally it’s us staring at THEM getting their picture taken. It was more awkward to smile at the camera (in a solo picture) than I ever gave my children credit for!! Linda somehow produced pictures that look like me AND I like!
And Matt’s new headshot shows that awesome salt and pepper hair he’s been developing. He’s a pretty smart guy and just as nice … I’m pretty lucky.
Linda was great to work with and I’m happy with our new pictures. Pretty soon, you’ll start to see these pictures trickle around social media sites, etc., because it is time for a change!
And now … back to packing. I can see the light at the end of the tunnel!!!