God’s made all kinds of amazing animals! Zoos are so awesome, because you can view all of the animals from around the world in your own city! There are so many cool animals at the Greenville Zoo! Be sure to visit the zoo this summer!
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Down in Georgia…
We started at Matthew’s house in his really fun yard! This old swing has moss growing on it!
Matthew’s family even has a grave vineyard! His father keeps the yard top shape!
Matthew and Molly with their dogs Ledoux (left) and Otis!
It was a hot day so they were panting and playing a lot. After these pictures they took a dip in the kiddie pool! He, he!
Molly’s eyes match the blue stripes in Matthew’s shirt!
Matthew use to play in this tree house when he was little!
Molly heard of this neat covered bridge, so we had to check it out! They stood in the middle of the bridge where the shadow was to make this fun silhouette! You can actually drive across this bridge! Looked scary, I parked my car on the other side 😉
Molly ♥’s Matthew!
On the way back we found a field with a lot of hay bales! Those are Marissa’s favorites to take pictures in!
Molly is so silly!
The sunset made for awesome colors and lighting!
Congratulations to Molly and Matthew on their engagement! We can’t wait till their wedding!
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For Frankie’s second birthday we took the kittens out for a photoshoot. Frankie turned two years old on July 4th and Ting Ting will turn two on September 11th. We celebrate their birthdays on the day we adopted them, which turned out to be on two historical days, by coincidence!
Ting Ting has grown up so much in the past two years! When we first adopted her she was very sick, but she was a brave girl and is all better now and very healthy. She has a lot of spunk and loves to play and get into all kinds of trouble! 🙂
Frankie is 15lbs now! Its hard to believe he was a little 2lbs kitten when we first got him! He also used to have the cutest little smudge of black fur on the top of his head, but as he grew up the black furs went away, and now there is only one left!
Ting Ting has a really beautiful coat! One half her face is black/grey tabby and the other half is orange/cream tabby, the same for her front legs and her hind legs, but the rest of her body is the black/grey tabby with a few tortoiseshell splashes. We like to tease and say she couldn’t make up her mind what she wanted to be, a calico, a tabby, or a tortoiseshell, so she chose them all!
When we take them out they’re actually wearing a harness and a leash, so we don’t loose them, and Marissa is wrangling both of them as they try to explore in various directions while we were taking photos.
I love how you can see the curiosity in her eyes!
What a handsome boy with his little bowtie!
Frankie was getting tired after all that exploring!
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