Here is a picture I captured of a Robin in the snow. I’m hoping that Spring is right around the corner. This is an image to make you hopeful for Spring. The weather is supposed to be nice this next coming week so be patient. Spring will be here before we know it so hang in there, not to sound like a cat poster. I hope everyone is staying warm and enjoying the winter together. Remember to drink a bunch of tea. Also, if you are having trouble sleeping try eating oatmeal a half an hour before bed.
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Here at Jayson’s Photography we offer Log Cabin Wedding Photography. One of the first weddings I ever photographed was at the Log Cabin in Holyoke, MA. Since then, I have photographed there numerous times. It is one of my favorite places to shoot in the Western Mass area, not just because of the breathtaking view but because of their amazing friendly staff. I am deeply honored that they are featuring one of our images that we shot at The Delaney House (Which is also owned by them) on their beautiful website under Photo Galleries. Check it out by clicking here.
This is the beautiful image that they are featuring.
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As many of you know I photograph a lot of engagement sessions and weddings outside of Western Mass but every time I return home I take the Chicopee exit on the Mass Pike. As much as I love photographing weddings and engagement sessions in Boston and New York, there is no place like home. I guess you can say we do offer Chicopee Wedding Photography because it is so close to home. I love to travel to destination weddings but there is something nice about shooting a close wedding that is at The Log Cabin or Look Park. These places are like home to me because I’ve photographed there so many times before.
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The last couple weeks have been extremely long and stressful for me. I’m writing this post to educate those out there about a very rare disease called rat bite fever or Streptobacillus moniliformis. Some might think that rats are very cute and cuddly and can even help you become a better chef.
But this is not the case. As adorable as Disney and Pixar have made their rats appear in Ratatouille, their fever is not. This past Wednesday my niece came down with Rat Bite Fever. Her fever lasted for 3 days and she could not walk. The disease gets into the blood stream and stiffens the joints which makes it hurt when you move your legs, arms and neck. On Saturday she was admitted to the hospital and it took the doctors two days to diagnose this fatal disease. I cannot say the same for this family which took the doctors a month to diagnose their child. Through our prayers they were able to diagnose it as Rat Bite Fever. This disease is extremely rare as there are only around 200 reported cases of it in North America, but it is becoming more and more common with families owning pet rats. There has been a ton of prayer to help heal my beautiful niece. She is still in the healing stages as she can only move her left arm and left leg without pain. I saw her today and was filled with so much joy just to see her move her arm and leg up and down. All I want for Christmas this year is to see my niece healthy again. In my mind children always come before anything that can harm them in any way. If you have animals that are harming your kids and carry a deadly disease, get rid of them. It’s not worth it to lose your child over an animal or rodent. If you don’t have children and love animals or rodents, knock yourself out, literally, like this guy did.
I am so thankful for the prayers from around the world for my niece. Through your prayers she is healing and I’m hoping that she will become healthy enough to attend Thanksgiving this year. I am thankful for the doctors and nurses who are tending to her and helping her get better. God bless all of you.