"Thanks for making me so comfortable and getting my "good side" - I honestly wasn't sure I had one and normally hate being photographed. I've been telling all my friends what a great experience I had so hopefully more ladies will discover their good sides with you soon, too." "Thanks for making me so comfortable and getting my "good side" - I honestly wasn't sure I had one and normally hate being photographed. I've been telling all my friends what a great experience I had so hopefully more ladies will discover their good sides with you soon, too."
This is Deborah, the Breast Cancer Survivor you took pictures of in October. (My husband and I) have been married 40 years in April and this is only the 2nd time I have been able to surprise him with a gift. Thanks to Christiania for setting it all up. Thank you for the beautiful job you did. The pictures were awesome and he was shocked I did it and absolutely loved them. I just wanted to say thank you again for making me feel so beautiful (something I never thought I would feel again) and for my being able to give him a gift he truly loved and thought was beautiful and amazing.
It’s hard to think that only weeks after cold hard reality of life hit me and left me feeling abandoned by the world, I would be sitting in front of a camera being shown that I am still who I was before. I am strong, I am independent and most of all I am beautiful. Jennifer knew exactly how to pull me out of the deep dark hole that I had been in and in a way I thought was never possible. There is no telling where I would be if she hadn’t helped me find myself again. Something as simple as being herself and knowing I just needed someone there was enough. I always wanted to do this but never had the courage and one day that all changed. I was so nervous and at one point I even teared up a little when thinking I wasn’t doing this for the reason I wanted to be doing it for. It was later I knew I did it for the right reason… me. After finding myself actually laughing for the first time in so long I knew this was my turning point. I find myself going back through all the pictures from time to time and I realized that when I look into my eyes I don’t see the pain, the hurt, the loneliness, I don’t see my diagnosis and I don’t see defeat. I see the reason why I am here. I see how beautiful I am, more now than ever. I see my personality and passion, my desires for life… I see me. Thank you Jennifer for helping me find myself again.