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Life: Full Circle….FAST!

Life: Full Circle….FAST!


Posted By on Thursday, August 27, 2015

I remember how incredibly nervous I was 33 years ago this month when my grandmother Betty Grice took me to get my drivers license.  It really proved to be not that big of a deal.  Everything went well and fortunately, my years of driving have been pretty uneventful.  Today my mother, aunt and I accompanied my 84 year old grandmother (who I call mom because she is truly my second mom) to renew her license for what she thinks may be the...

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  Being known for portrait photography, I thought it would be fun to expose the “other” side of my work through this show.   The best way to perfect your talent or skill is through juried print competitions.  It was through this process that I discovered the additional challenge of stepping away from my comfort zone and creating images that I had total creative freedom.  Two things along the journey really impacted my work...

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For over 20 years, everyone has looked forward to Lori’s Fair Booth.  It allows her to show you what she has been up too all year and give you a real up close look at her portraits.  There is a real difference in her work and there is no better way to see this difference than at the Fair.  This is also the week we run our most popular promotion.  Check out our fair booth in person or online then go to our Facebook Page:...

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#TrueBlue  We remember when we were in college at GSC/U, there was always a tremendous amount of excitement in the community on football weekends.  Several times per year the sororities would “paint the town Blue”.  Over the years we have seemed to move away from this.  This year the DSDA, SCVB and GSU Athletic Marketing have teamed up to bring this great tradition back.  We are excited about the next few days of downtown...

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Tuesday’s with Earlene

Tuesday’s with Earlene


Posted By on Saturday, June 7, 2014

For over twenty years, my favorite day was Tuesday.  Not simply because it was the day after Monday.  It wasn’t because this was the day that my house would be cleaned spotlessly, my laundry was done and my shirts were ironed with precision and a stiffness that only a drill sergeant could appreciate.  It was the day that the second most important woman in my life would come, like clockwork, and handle all the mentioned tasks...

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