Adam Stevens Photography

February 24, 2010

“in the frame” Emily Wakling-Lee

Filed under: In The Frame — Tags: , , — photobby @ 5:47 am

Emily; it’s hard to even know where to start.  I have known Emily for decades.  We were literally next door neighbors in grade school K-6th.  There are loads of those embarrassing photos of us as kids together at birthday parties, playing in sprinklers, and going to the first day of school.  We moved away in 5th grade, but I have always felt like she was my long-lost sister.  In fact, when we bumped into each other at the start of our senior year in high school on the cruise ship “The Spirit of Puget Sound” (A wonderful Christmas cruise that ended in 2001.), it was like bumping into a cousin I hadn’t seen in several years.  I probably would have spent a happy evening chatting away with her, but a certain someone else had me highly distracted.  It was her best friend, but you’ll have to stay tuned to find out more on that story…

In a way I should thank her best friend; thanks to her I’ve been able to keep up with Emily.  And with Emily, that’s about all you can try to do; keep up.  Living in New York and married to an incredible artist (link here), I think she’s been to more places than I have heard of.  She makes sure to drop into her old home town though, and we were able to catch up with her a few weeks ago.

I remember doing theses little puzzle things with her when we were little!

My fave!

Thanks again Emily for the visit!

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4 Comments »

  1. Nicely done adam!!!!

    Comment by JANET wILSON — February 24, 2010 @ 9:43 am

  2. Hi Adam! I’m so touched. Love you and Jossi so much, you are both so dear to me. Thanks for the photos 🙂 the last one is my fave too. I wish I could see the whole family more!
    Xoxo,
    Love, Em.

    Comment by Emily — February 24, 2010 @ 10:56 am

    • Thanks Em! It was a load of fun seeing you. We are hoping to make it out to you at some point!

      Comment by photobby — February 24, 2010 @ 11:58 am


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