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A Very Successful Weekend

May 02, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

I was extremely busy this past weekend as some of you may know.  I did headshots and a few theater poses on Friday, had someone take advantage of the Mother's Day Discount that I'm offering on Saturday morning, and then went to downtown Kannapolis for the Kaleidoscope of Culture Festival to mostly take some shots for The Village Washer Wenches.

The crowd wasn't as big as I was expecting, but they still had a decent showing, but to be fair it was a bit chillier than anticipated, and the gray skies kept threatening to open up.  The performances were great, and I've already promised the girls that the next time I'll get video for them.

All in all it was a grand time, and I certainly enjoyed myself.  Having only been down in Kannapolis for a little less than a year, I'm still learning about some of the events that go on around here.  As it is, I only yesterday discovered that there was a baseball team here, and that was due to a friend living in Texas asking me if I had seen them yet.  When I looked at the map I realized the stadium was only a few miles from the house, but in the opposite direction of the way I normally travel.

It has certainly been interesting for me since I've been down here.  I took part in my first ever Zombie Walk in China Grove, I got to participate in the Evening with the Alexanders, and I spent a good part of the faire season at the Carolina Renaissance Festival.

If any of you happen to know of anything else that's coming up, please let me know.  I would've been at The Loch Norman Games, but I knew nothing about it until I saw the paper the day after.


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