I always had really amazing family members around me while growing up. People who’s creativity and athletic ability are laughable. Freak show talent status but in the best sense of the term. And my cousin Amy is one of the best of them. We grew up right next door to one another and for as far back as I can remember, she’s had a camera in her hand. I always looked up to Amy and admired her amazing work and genuine, loving, caring personality. She’s hands-down my main inspiration for picking up a camera back in the day. She is constantly blowing my mind and making me want to do better. Earlier this year Amy and her daughter PJ lost an amazing husband and father to a long batter with cancer. It’s been a very challenging couple of years and a very devastating couple of months for them. I was so thrilled when Amy texted me telling me that she and PJ were going to stop by Boise to see us on their 25 day adventure together. It was such a special gift as the Tucsonians RARELY visit us. Hint hint. Amy and PJ let me take a few photos of them one night. I was so touched by the special love and understanding that these two share. They are each others rock, happiness and life. Seeing them together is such a beautiful thing. Thank you so much for coming to see us! Love ya both. MOI!
And their sweet friend