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Hi there! i’m katelyn.

Hello, and welcome to the KJ Blog! I'm Katelyn James, and my husband Michael and I are a wedding photography team based in Richmond, Virginia. We hope you grab some coffee (or a diet coke, in my case) and enjoy viewing our latest work, browsing resources for photographers, and getting a little peek into our life!  Read more...

February 2013

  • The Snapshot

post used to be so in depth. I think I have slowly made them less intricate because if I write fewer goals, the less I have to live up to! If I’m REALLY being honest, sometimes I don’t even remember the goals that I blog about until a month goes by and it’s time to write new goals. YIKES! That’s NOT how it’s supposed to work. Luckily, I’ve accomplished a lot in January 2013 and I’m feeling good about this new year. Ok, so while I may not have accomplished the goals that I blogged at the beginning of last month, we HAVE had a productive 4 weeks.

Life Planning Outline

  • Big Decisions & How to Make them

Michael and I were just on Showit LIVE on Wednesday and we were talking about our journey to becoming a husband/wife team. It was a long one and it wasn’t easy. This decision was something that we prayed about, sought counsel about and really thought about for a LONG time. I think we all can relate to big decisions like this. Whether it’s deciding what college to go to or whether it’s deciding to except a job offer, big decisions are hard to make. We’re extremely thankful for people in our life that were there to help us walk through this discernment process. Michael and I were a part of an amazing group of young married couples in ministry last year.

A New Standard of Productivity

  • The New House

to think that I was productive…. until I saw the construction of a new house. While I’m spending two hours on email, the workers on our house site are putting up the second floor of our house. While I conquered a week’s worth of little to-do’s, our whole HOUSE was framed. Crazy right?! Those guys are FAST. Michael and I are amazed at how organized the process is. As soon as one phase is complete, the next shipment of supplies is dropped off that evening for the next phase. What used to be a pile of dirt is now a framed outline of our home! It’s wild to drive up everyday and find a dramatic new addition to the project. Today they are finishing

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