Photobooth that is! Our photobooth has taken a life of it’s own! We’ve been so busy with it that we built a second booth to keep up with the demand.
If you haven’t seen or been in our photobooth, then you must be living under a rock! Seriously, we have have been all over the place with it. Hazelton, Penn’s Peak, Sand Springs, Milford, Montdale Country Club, Nay Aug, Moffat Estate and even my own back yard for my daughter’s graduation party.
If you want to check out our booth, join us at Studio 32 in Wilkes Barre on Aug 19th, Nay Aug Park on Aug 20th, or the GDS fair from Aug 27 – Sept 3.
Below are some of the images from some of the crazy people who have been in our booth.
Almost a year ago I posted about my daughgter’s travel soccer team, FC America. They had a few players who were seniors, so they were now too old to play in their age bracket. This left half a team. So, back in the summer they played their last tournament together, on the field as a team, on last time. Or so we thought…
This fall we found out that the younger girls who were left behind, were given permission to play in the adult league at Riverfront. The girls scrambled to get their team back, and get some new shirts made. They couldn’t be FC America anymore, so they renamed themselves ‘Back in Black’.
They’ve had a tough season, but managed to win a couple games. The best part was that they were all back together, playing again, for a little while longer.
These images are from last night’s game. I don’t even know what the score was, but I know we lost. It was a rough team, but our girls played well.
Anyone who knows me, know that I love to watch NASCAR. But, this year, we’ve gotten into a whole different kind of racing. Slingshots and Micro sprints. I don’t really know a whole lot about them, but I think I’m going to be learning this year.
We headed up to Hamlin Speedway to get some shots for Mekic Racing and Redemption Racing, two teams that run up here. It’s been a long time since I’ve been to a dirt track race. I forgot how much I liked it. My dad used to race street stocks back when I was in high school. We would spend Friday or Saturday summer nights at the track cheering him on. The only difference is that this particular Saturday night was freezing! It was snowing while we were there. I will be glad for the warm nights when we are up there!
If you are looking for something to do on a Saturday night, this really is a nice little track. Something inexpensive for the family to do for something different.