Monday, August 10, 2009

Business & Pleasure

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With graduation just around the corner, Jack has been all work and no play. Afraid this is making him a dull boy, he sent me and the girls to Utah to have lots of fun without him. Also, to launch our modeling careers.

First, the girls struck a pose for See Jane Shoot.



I tell you, that See Jane Shoot. She is the next big thing.

Not to be outdone, I then beat out countless hopefuls to be booked as a hand model for my sister-in-law Dawn's latest venture, Pink Honey Designs.



Dawn's work is exquisite. Check it out here.

I'm afraid all the attention has gone to my hand's head. Since the shoot, it has been demanding the most expensive lotions, nail polishes, insurance policies. It's probably a good thing the vacation ended at the ascent of our promising careers.

Plus, the kids sure missed their daddy.
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And now we are pack. back. Back, and packing.

17 comments:

Susan said...

I'm surprised that you can type so well wearing lamb skin gloves.

Miss you!

Flem said...

I am sorry that someone else has to miss you but we are so glad that you are back too!

Your hand really deserves that kind of treatment, but my main comment here is about that picture of Leah! The one of Jolie is beautiful too, as always, but the colors in that top pic are really unmatchable. Boy the women in your family are so talented it really is unfair.

Holbrook Girls said...

I totally ditto everything Lee said. Great pictures! Do you guys know where you are moving too yet?

Julie Knowlton said...

Why do the Foutz girls all get 50 talents each?!

I hate that I didn't get to see you while you were here.

Jeannie said...

Wow, how talented you ladies are. (BTW, while I was in Seattle, I had people RAVING about your bows!!)

LOVE these pictures (your girls are so gorgeous), including your AWESOME wrist shot! But seriously, where did you get those skirts?? I think Maddie must add one to her collection...

Kristin said...
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Kristin said...

SO STINKING CUTE! Leah's pose is fantastic! And Jolie's hair! And you my friend, YOU have very nice veins. I'd love to practice IV starts on those...

Katie and Jeff said...

Oh. My. Goodness! I am so buying whatever they're selling!

Jane said...

Thanks Kate! I wonder if my girls would feel bad if I had Leah and Jolie framed and hanging in our house instead of them. Dawn ordered more watch faces, I think you need to fly back into town for another shoot. That hand of yours is irreplaceable. Plus, I am ready for some more shopping and eating already

Lorie said...

I saw the picture on Jane's blog and it is SO STINKING CUTE!

Your hands are lovely too!

Where is your packing taking you? I haven't gotten the gossip from my mom or Teri!

me said...

Just don't forget the little people when you hit the big time...that would be me...in case you've already forgotten.

It was great to see you and your girls are beautiful and Cal is so handsome!

Adria said...

they are so beautiful AND so is your hand:) hey we changed our blog address to adriaandmark.blogspot.com

Leslie said...

I LOVE how blue your girls' eyes are. Darling!

Emmers said...

Those are the cutest photos. Jane is amazing! I wish we lived closer. I would have so much work for her to do.

Chris and Erin said...

I can't wait to see you all in Vegas... Only 16 days!!! Both girls look so stinking cute! Give them big kisses for me... And Cal too :) Love you!

Courtney Vance said...

I saw these skirts and I told Dan that I was going to buy a couple just in case we have any girls someday. He told me he would return them. Boo to Dan. Oh well, knowing my luck then I would end up having all boys, better not buy them. I love the pictures!

Dawn said...

Can you tell I never check blogs anymore?

Your hand modeling was SO SUPERB, that I need to book you to come back. I have some new faces and my soon to be released fall line including a halloween band I need SEE JANE SHOOT to do. When are coming into town again? (plus I just miss those 3 scrunchy little faces around here!

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