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A Winter Quinceañera in June

My beautiful quinceañera. She was really born in December, but with all the icy winters we have had in the last few years, we thought it best to wait until summer to celebrate. One of the first posts I ever did was of my oldest's quinceañera. It seems like just a few months ago. But five years later, this is where we are.

Nautilus Seashell Still Life, 6"x6" Oil on Linen
SOLD 

Private Collection in Windham, NH
Raspberries in a Teacup, 6"x6" Oil on linen Panel
SOLD

Private Collection in Chelmsford, MA 
Ezri and her dad. I'm hoping he doesn't catch me posting that photo, but I love it so much.
We were thrilled to find beautiful Italian lace in the perfect shade of pink to make her dress. I spent two days. I'll have to take a photo of the back. It had a big satin bow with crystals sewn on the center. 
Ezri and her damas and flower girls.
My nephew and nieces.
My two wonderful girls who I love with all my being.

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  1. You have a beautiful family...thank you for sharing!

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  2. Bonnie, thank you, thank you, thank you!!! :)

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  3. Thank you, your experience is quite encouraging to me. I think this is the best option for me at the moment.

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