Monday, February 11, 2013

Mini Valentine Sessions by Sheila Godfrey Photography

This week, in honor of our Sweethearts,
I will be featuring some really darling
photos and vignettes.

I am amazed by all the creative artists 
 we have in our small community.

Today I would like to feature the
photography of one of my dearest friends,
Sheila Godfrey.

Our faith is the common bond that 
ties us together. 
She also shares my love for vintage.

We worked together in the small 
shop that I managed last year-
that is when she wasn't busy with

Photography sessions,
Christmas tree sales, 
Youth Camps,
Weekend Youth Retreats, 
Mission Trips,
Football games, Baseball games, Basketball games,
and all the many activities that go along with being a
wife, mother, and grandmother. 

This is Sheila with her husband and the newest addition to her sweet family.

I don't know of anyone who stays as busy as Sheila. 

She is busy during all the seasons
capturing precious moments
and memories of a lifetime.

Mini Valentine Sessions featured some of the darlings 
that she photographs for each special event.

Little girls are made of sugar and spice and everything nice.
(And a little mischief too)

Already a heart-throb with flowers and candy for 
someone special.

Pucker up!

This little sweetheart is a doll.
I love the way Sheila is able to capture each child's personality.

Love the banner.
I can never resist a little red wagon.

Sheila also does cards for every occasion.
I'm crazy about that chalkboard!

Okay, I'm a Georgia Girl.
Couldn't resist showing off these two sweethearts.
 I'm quite fond of them both.

What endears me to Sheila so much is the compassion 
she has for others. 
She has a sensitive spirit and a special heart 
for mothers of young children and teenagers.
She has a weekly Bible Study for young mothers
and teaches youth and chaperons every event.

Her business is more than a business.
It is her ministry.

Is this not just the cutest little cowboy
you have ever seen?

These are just a few of Sheila's work.
I do love her style.

Thanks for sharing, Sheila.
Love you, my friend.


  1. You know I love Shelia. That wee cowboy is so cute.

  2. What a lovely family. Valentine's Day blessings to you, Patti@OldThingsNew


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