Last weekend I was able to return to Hillsdale, where spring had not yet arrived, but where I nevertheless found my heart warm. My whirlwind weekend was full of old friends, new faces, and walks that felts strangely familiar as I wandered around my former college campus. One of the highlights (other than a dinner composed entirely of Bumpy Cake ice cream from the Udderside, which — for those who have never been to the bustling metropolis that is Jonesville MI — is the best ice cream stand in the world) was taking these engagement photos. I knew Emily through a music organization that she belonged to and in which I was a member, though my actually qualifications for belonging were ever in question. The gross rainy weather that is Michigan Spring paused just long enough for us to take a few pictures outside.
- "Art rediscovers, generation by generation, what is necessary to humanness. " -John Gardner
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so beautiful. i especially love that last one. 🙂
*sigh* This makes me so happy. The ones in front of the vine-y wall are particularly fantastic . . .
I have to say that I laughed out loud when I read your description of your relationship to the “music organization” . . . you belonged fair-and-square, Miss Hannah Stone, and you know it. 😉
Oh my word! I miss bumpy cake so badly. And these are perfectly lovely! I love the lighting!
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