Hi everyone, I missed you!! It’s Thanksgiving weekend in Canada today..:) We moved to Canada 5,5 years ago and honestly I am still yet to figure out when exactly a Thanksgiving dinner should be – Sunday or Monday? When do you guys have it? To me it’s not about the day, of course, but who is with me. Our whole families are back in Russia and of course we miss them terribly especially on days like Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter…Those of you who have all your family around you I just want you to know how lucky you are! Even to have your family in one country is a huge blessing!
I moved away from my family when I was 17 after spending my last semester of high school in Texas as a foreign exchange student and then teaching English to 5th and 6th graders for a year after I came back home. Yep, that’s right – I taught at school when I was 17! I worked both morning and afternoon shifts and had over 100 students. Fun times!! 🙂 My friend was there with me (Hi Yul’!! :))) and we had a blast preparing for classes…Oh memories..:)) The reason I went to work at school and didn’t go straight to the university was because I missed my family after 6 months in high school in Littlefield, Texas (I need to do ablog post about that, don’t I?:)) and I wanted to spend some time with them before I left to go continue my education in a different city. And even though teaching was hard I never regretted it…because I could be with my family. Hope all of this makes sense, I’m bad with words…maybe that’s why I love photography so much?:))
As some of you may know the ever amazing Stacy is working on my new website and blog – so a complete facelift is underway!! To say that I’m excited would be an understatement haha :). I can’t wait to share with you when it’s all done! Basically that is the reason I have not been sharing a lot on this blog lately, I’m saving all the goodness for the new blog…stay tuned! I still want to give you a bit of a sneak peak though, more and more to come!
Meet all my recent wonderful boudoir models, families and couples!
3 thoughts on “Happy Canadian Thanksgiving!”
Love these Svetlana! Have a wonderful thanksgiving
Sveta! Grrreat job! Really! I love these pictures!
Thanks guys!! Happy Thanksgiving to you, too!