I met the Curle family at Carroll Joyner Park in Wake Forest on a beautiful fall afternoon. Immediately it was evident that family was most important thing to them – in the way they spoke and interacted with each other, in the way they laughed together, and in the way that they honor and love their parents. I can only imagine what it’s like to be a grandparent – to look at your family and feel completely overjoyed, to see your children find their spouses, become parents, and to hold your sweet grandchildren. I know Sharon and Charles are amazing parents and grandparents. They have established a true foundation for their family and hold them together so sweetly.
One of my favorite moments of the day was when Sharon leaned over to her grandchildren and told them “You better smile beautifully because these pictures will be hanging in ours homes for many years to come.” That’s why I am a photographer. My greatest hope for each of my clients is that the images and moments I have the honor to capture would be a constant reminder of the people we love and hold dearly for many years to come.
Curle Family, you are one of a kind! Thank you for allowing me to step into your family and get to know you, even if it was only for an hour! I had so much fun with you and hope you love these pictures as much as I do!
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