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Cecilia Dumas TTD Session ~ LOTS of PICS

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I just got my TTD pics yesterday and had to get my review up ASAP. Let me start by saying how much I loved Cecilia. I am so glad and lucky that we booked her. I have to share that we had to cancel our original photo shoot. We were supposed to meet on Sunday morning but Sat. night I had a bad asthma attack. Being the brilliant person that I am I didn't have my inhaler in MX with me. Anyway, I finally got breathing well again but had a horrible night's sleep and felt terrible Sun. morning. DH called Cecilia to cancel, I was so devastated that we asked if she had any time on Monday if I was feeling better. She said she had some morning time free and to just call her later in the day. I felt better in the afternoon so we decided to reschedule. When I called she was so sweet, she offered to bring me some of her asthma medicine to the shoot!

After she was so wonderful I was excited to meet with her. Then, of course, on Monday we had a very excited cab driver that couldn't find our meeting place, we ended up being about 20 minutes late. I was crushed to be so rude but Cecilia immediately made me feel better and said that it wasn't a big deal. She was so sweet and genuine that I would recommend her to anyone just based on her personality. But alas, her pictures are wonderful too!

I am definitely not a "sexy" person (well only to my DH). I am most often referred to as "cute." So while I'm disappointed in my own looks in some of the pictures she did such a great job that the pics themselves are gorgeous.


I do think a couple of them are sexy which is a MAJOR accomplishment for this corn-fed Midwestern girl! I've posted a couple of my favorites here. If you want to see more the link in my siggy takes you to our website, scroll down a bit and find the album "Extreme Wedding Photoshoot." Enjoy!



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