I got home from mountain biking with my dad yesterday evening to find this waiting for me.
I was over the moon. A card from all of my daughter’s class to say thanks for helping in the school recently. Each child has drawn a little picture of themselves and put their name under neath.
In the past month I have photographed a few events at the school including the year 2 leavers image – this is always a fun one to photograph as it involves getting all the kids excited for a fun pose rather then the traditional staged pose. I was asked to get some pictures on sports day too, a lovely day, well organised and we actually had sunshine in June!
The other week I arrived at the school early with Stuart (one of the dads) who had the olympic torch. I photographed Stuart & the kids together with the torch to help raise funds for the school as well as giving the kids and some of their mums a chance to hold the torch.
I also had fun photographing the kids, the teacher and the school for their new website.
I make no money from these events as it is my way of saying thanks for providing my daughter with an excellent education and a way of helping the school as I am always so busy with the business so not so helpful at the events.
Receiving this was just so cute and I really appreciate it. I get more and more soppy about things like this as I get older. It is lovely when the kids shout my name out or want to chat when I pop in the school now so it was really lovely to receive the card from all the little ones that are now getting to recognise me more. 🙂
A card to Mrs Henness – My married name. I am Mrs H when not working. 🙂
Sienna at the olympic based sports day held in another local school. Sienna played for Italy and they won. I was so happy that Sienna got to hold a little trophy and wear a medal.
Helping mummy go round the school photographing the children and teachers for the school website
Sienna and Stuart (a daddy from the school )who kindly gave up his time & bought in his olympic torch to help raise funds for the school. All the children got to have a hold of the torch and parents got the option to purchase photos of their kids holding the torch.