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I have been thinking of posting this for a while now. I am hesitant because I am not a writer… I am visual. I would prefer that my pictures just tell their own story. Sharing the stories of my lens is a gift I love to share, but words normally fall short. As time has passed, I have […]

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  • Beautiful pictures to illustrate beautiful lives! I am blessed to follow along with Kara and her journey and praying for a miracle of God to reign into her life and be healed of cancer on this earth. She is God’s vessels and has inspired us all! What a blessing she is to you as you have traveled down her journey. Thanks for sharing these pictures with us and sharing the beauty of Kara’s life!

    Hugs and love,
    Tanya LeonardReplyCancel

  • Donna Parrack

    Beautiful. Simply beautiful. The old saying holds true. A picture IS worth a thousand words.ReplyCancel

  • Darbie

    Thank you for sharing your photography with us…your gift will leave a life-long book of treasures for Kara’s family. I am in awe of how your images capture the love in their family and so many precious moments that touch all of our hearts. You have an amazing gift! Thank you for sharing it with the world, but most importantly, thank you for sharing it with Kara and her family. These photographs are priceless.ReplyCancel

  • I have loved all of your stunning photos of Kara and her family.

    Fondly,
    GlendaReplyCancel

  • Kelly Dunn

    Jen, your lovely heart shows in your photos and your words.ReplyCancel

  • Goodness. Stunning, pure, dazzling.ReplyCancel

  • Roberta Harris

    Just started reading Kara’s story, your
    pictures, watching this incredible woman’s journey. What you two are doing together is amazing, showing the world grace & faith amidst a life caught in a storm.
    I have moved in with my daughter as she has begun her life battle with uterine cancer, I am truly in awe of her grace & faith too. God is so gracious to us to give us peace, place us in the calm spot that exists in the eye of the storm.ReplyCancel