There’s no doubt that our CMpros are busy. They have families to care for, jobs to maintain, many have businesses to look after, and they all know how to take stunning photographs. Have you ever wondered what a day looks like for one of the CMpros? How do they manage their time? When do they get it all done? You loved Sara’s ‘A Day In The Life’ post so much that we decided to make it a regular new series for you in which a couple CMpros per month will photograph their day and share it with you. This month, Lee Ann Norris is sharing a day in her life and mixing it up with a little bit iPhone and a little bit big girl camera.
a day in the life | lee ann norris
It’s summer and for us that means schools is out! And we like to take full advantage. This past weekend was a wedding one, so that meant today it was errands and kid time! No work today. :) My mornings start out slow. The kids laze in bed and I eventually mustered up enough energy for my morning run. It was fabulous. I even saw a flower growing out of the street!!! Thankfully after my run I had a fabulous gluten free blondie waiting for me.. you know because sugar makes the workout worth it right?
Then it was time to get the day rolling. Miss Ainslee was off to her besties house. And Dallin and I had errands to run. Sports Authority was first. He loves that store. Costco… I frequent that store more than I should admit. And today I was stocking up on things for the 4th of July boating we will be doing. And of course you have to throw in the snacks the kids want, and eat a sample or two right?
Back home we spend a lot of time in our yard. Playing with the dogs, the kitties, jumping on the trampoline and working in our garden.
It was hot today and after Randy was home from work we decided it was time to take the kids swimming. Ainslee had her new underwater camera we wanted to play with and we needed some time to cool off.
And there is nothing better than finishing your night off with BBQ ribs.
Lee Ann Norris, Washington
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Lee Ann is a wedding and family photographer based out of Tri-Cities, Washington. She loves capturing the quiet moments between a couple at a wedding. She brings a fun and lively personality to her shoots, and believes fully that all clients are her new best friends. She has been married to the funniest guy ever since she was 19. She has two kids who are constantly plotting to overthrow the household and rule it with kool-aid and ice cream. When she isn’t busy running her business, or her kids all over the place, you can find her running down the road in her glow in the dark shoes.