Friday, August 22, 2014


Meet Sierra, like the mountains in California, only she is full of gold. When she walks in the studio you feel a bright sense of hope, caring and longing for more. She is totally a uniquely normal girl that like most totally uniquely normal girls loves horses.  She thinks most people like being normal because it means they fit in, for her standing out may be more in line with normal. Here are some thoughts from both of us about why she is a NORMAL person.

Her: Horse people are normal people and she loves horses therefore is normal.

Me: There is some bundled up sassy in all that innocent pretty smile.

Her: She loves being in the outdoors hunting elk and enjoying nature.

Me: She hopes for success in the future despite its great unknowns.

Her: She is normal because her greatest joy comes from helping others and the feelings that brings.

In the end Sierra showed me that being normal is being unique and smiling when the world may frown at you. Normal is getting out and doing things you love with people who understand your passions. That perhaps being normal has nothing to do with fitting in but rather standing out, with a rose tattoo and a melt your heart smile while serving others.

After all NORMAL people are full of dreams....

Thursday, August 21, 2014


Meet Juls a.k.a Julie. She is my first official normal person to participate in the normal person project.   Based on this shoot this is going to be an amazing adventure and I am so excited for the things we are going to learn. Now here are some things according to me and her that make Julie a NORMAL PERSON.

Her: She freezes and gets nervous when having her picture taken.

Me: She is strong yet soft like beautiful women everywhere.

Her: Having her hair pulled back is a way of life to gain 15 minutes extra time in a busy life. Which leaves more time for visiting with friends and loved ones and keeping up on social media.

Me: Her eyes are the light of her body and like all eye's they shine with the love she has to offer, which equates to a few million tons in this case.

Her: Night sweats and hot flashes are now part of life. But what really makes her normal is she is accepted and loved by her group of peers.

Thank you Julie for an amazing 15 minutes of your time!! For the rest of you please be sure to like and share the post right after you schedule your time to be part of the project.