Jill maintained her composure despite Millie's attention.
The photo of Jill I used for my Vallentine's Day tribute was one of a set of ten I took of my wife wearing a new dress last weekend. She hadn't seen any of the results of the sitting until the image I selected of her appeared yesterday. The photo above is one of the several others that were interrupted by our dog Millie; that is until she was kindly persuaded to buzz off. There is nothing I enjoy more than photographing Jill. She is usually patient with my directions and the results are invariably pleasing, unless she blinks. Thank you my darling for being such a cooperative model. I look forward to another photographic session with you very soon.
Paul R. Weaver.
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