I’m not sure if I remember the officiant’s exact words but it went something like this, ‘Don’t focus on what is wrong but focus on what is right.’ I know the sentiment was meant for Lee and Lisa during their intimate, private wedding ceremony but I needed those words too. With changing careers, less time at home and life’s daily struggles, I know I can focus on what needs fixing. Don’t we all? I’m sure Lee and Lisa heard those words, too, and will use them as they start their new life together – – one that will include their future son that is due this May along with Lee’s young son, Zayden. Lee and Lisa, may you always look for what is honest, true and RIGHT with your relationship.
Alexis drove from Concord, Michigan to have her senior photos done near the beautiful beaches of Duck Lake State Park. We found an abandoned dugout in Homer High orange and used downtown Muskegon’s historic buildings as our backdrop. Most of all, it was fun to see Alexis all grown up. I’ve known her since she was a young girl and now she has transformed into a fierce softball player with sleepy movie star eyes. I teased Alexis that she looked like Alice in Wonderland so, Alexis, may your future always be filled with adventures…just like Alice’s.