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Commuting to work will not be the same

After three days back from our trip to Venice, I realized that I will not look at commuting the same way again. I miss being able to jump on and off public transportation that is so reliable that you can set your watch to. During the trip, I would get up before sunrise and […]

By |September 24th, 2014|Italy, Travel|0 Comments

Morning walk about….

Wanted to get a early start this morning, so I was up at 5:30am to see the sunrise.  It was great to walk around Venice, Italy and think about the rich history. The smells of coffee and warm chocolate pastries was incredible. Watching the city come alive is truly something amazing. Every where that […]

By |September 14th, 2014|Italy, Travel|0 Comments

Another stamp in the passport

Day one  in Venice, Italy and I have not managed to get lost thanks to the excellent navigation skills by Jeff and Pam. What a gorgeous place. Every where I look, it seems that there is a great image to take or fascinating people to watch.  Will try to post some of images throughout […]

By |September 13th, 2014|Italy, Travel|0 Comments

I will have that over ice, please

When drinking bourbon, my favorite drink is an Old Fashion. Sometimes on a rare occasion, I will have it straight but I like it over ice. Our dear friend Nancy told me that on a recent trip to Nova Scotia that she was planning on seeing an ice flow and thought that one of […]

By |September 10th, 2014|Alaska, Travel|0 Comments

Olympic Hopefull

While working overseas I ended up being stranded in London during 9/11. While this was a tragic event, it was an experience that I will soon not forgot. While this was not my first international trip, it was the first by myself on business. After the horrific day, I could not get a flight […]

By |July 17th, 2014|London, Travel|0 Comments

It’s all fun and games until someone gets gored !!!

One the benefits of living with the Sr. Director of Finance for a Zoo is you get to do really cool things. I while back we had the opportunity to go on a Photo Safari in Kenya. As a photographer, this was going to be a thrill of a lifetime. I just did not […]

By |July 16th, 2014|Africa, Travel|0 Comments

Best part of me…

I would have to say that the best part of me is brought out by my supportive and loving wife. She is the one that inspires me and I would not be the same person that I am today with out her valuable influence. It seems like only yesterday were just had started dating […]

By |July 11th, 2014|Travel|0 Comments

How it began…

Tailgates during Football season have been a long southern tradition. Ending the tailgate was a tradition that can only be experience for the first time at LSU. While attending that UT and LSU game in Bouton Rouge, we were closing out the tailgate only to be called back in to form a circle. Suddenly […]

By |July 10th, 2014|Bourbon|0 Comments

New Beginnings

Time for new beginnings. I have heard that for ever door that closes; there is a new one that opens. That has certainly been that case for me with Taylored Memories. I have meet some incredible people and watch many children grow through the years. Many families are still Facebook friends. While I am […]

By |July 7th, 2014|Taylored Memories Photography|0 Comments