It’s not the time we spend together. It’s the moments we ignite to make memories. Everybody is busy. Everyone is doing his or her own thing. It’s easy to be too busy. It’s easy to become disengaged. But if you want the most out of life, draw the line and say, “I’m slowing down and enjoying the journey. I’m not taking for granted what God has given me. I’m not being a workaholic where time spent together is time snoring in bed. I’m not missing the years when my children are growing up, exploring, learning.”
Don’t take now for granted. Your family needs what you have. They need your smile, your encouragement, your support, your wisdom. They need to know that you care and that they mean the world to you.
If you have people in your life to love, you are rich.
If you have health, you are rich.
If you can hear your little girl’s footsteps padding down the hall, you are rich.
This world is so busy and full of distractions to take you away from what truly matters in your life: your loved ones. Slow down and enjoy the simple things in your life. Make memories.
That is what I live for. To help you see your life, your love, your beauty. To make family memories you cherish for a lifetime. To finally express the words of your love that is so hard to say. Because it’s there…sometimes you just need a little help awakening and remembering.
I create images for people who love, who share experiences together, and who value the people that matter in their lives. Everlasting photographs that showcase genuine emotion…the way he whispers secrets in your ear…that soft and heartwarming newborn smell…how her hand fits perfectly in yours.
Ignite the moment. Turn it into a memory.
Gabby Orcutt resides in the Rockton area with her husband, Scott, their two year old daughter, Lily, and three "furkids"; Izzy, Jabroni & Megaman. She is a total book nerd who channels her inner crafty Martha Stewart and has an insatiable love for autumn (closely followed by BEACH season!) You will find her in the kitchen, most likely with a spoonful of peanut butter in hand, but don't ask her to bake chocolate chip cookies. In the words of her husband, "I didn't marry you for your cooking." Unless it's the darkened, tooth breaking flavor of burnt cookies that your tummy is rumbling for!
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