Tuesday, December 29, 2020


January 2021 Studio Open Dates


If you want to schedule a roster photo update, here are dates/times that are currently available:

January 16:  3:00 pm 

January 20:  noon

January 28:  6:00 pm

January 31:  1:00 pm

Thursday, November 26, 2020


December 2020 Studio Open Dates


If you want to schedule a roster photo update, here are dates/times that are currently available:

December 09:  4:00 pm (outside)

December 10:  4:00 pm (outside)

December 11:  5:30 pm

December 12:  11:00 am or 3:00 pm

December 16:  2:00 pm or 6:00 pm

December 20:  11:00 am or 4:00 pm

December 27:  1:00 pm

December 29:  2:00 pm or 6:00 pm

The roster update category for the month is:  Casual

Friday, November 20, 2020

 Our Jessica currently holds the title of Miss Indiana United States and won 4th runner-up nationally last month! Jessica

Thursday, November 19, 2020

 Our Jamie was recently a part of a Passion 4 Fashion show! Jamie 


Wednesday, November 18, 2020

 We've just learned that our Hayleigh has broken her wrist!  We'll see if mom emails us some Holiday pics from home  😢 Hayleigh

 Our Trisha will be competing in the Lil Miss Glamorous Christmas Pageant this weekend.  Go Trisha! Trisha

Monday, October 19, 2020

November 2020 Studio Open Dates


If you want to schedule a roster photo update, here are dates/times that are currently available:

November 09:  5:00 pm

November 12:  11:00 am or 5:00 pm

November 13:  5:00 pm

November 18:  5:00 pm

November 20:  5:00 pm

November 22:  11:00 am

November 24:  noon or 5:00 pm

November 28:  2:00 pm

The roster update category for November is:  dress-up/fashion

Monday, March 16, 2020

COVID-19 "CoronaVirus" News

Like most businesses, we are being impacted by the current virus news.

A lot of what the media feeds you is accurate but, unfortunately, a lot of it is agenda-driven & not true.  So....here is a little common sense for all:

  • The "CoronaVirus" can only be transmitted from person to person.  Common domesticated animals cannot carry this virus.  
  • The virus cannot "fly" or "jump."  It can only be transmitted by someone who is infected sneezing, coughing, or touching something that you touch shortly thereafter (the virus dies after only a few minutes away from a human host.)
  • What makes the virus especially contagious is the way its molecular structure is formed.  It has "grippers" that make it fairly easy for it to adhere to the sinuses and/or within the lungs.  
  • The CoronaVirus is no more "dangerous" than the common flu.  About 40K people will die this year in the U.S. from the flu.  Nearly all of these will be the elderly, whose immune systems are not as robust as they once were.  The same is true of the CoronaVirus....if you are under age 65 and in good health, this virus is nothing more than getting the flu for you.  
  • The #1 way to defeat this virus (or any virus) is to avoid contact with other humans until it "dies out" because there is no one left for it to infect.  Once it dies within someone, that person can no longer infect others.  
  • There will be more cases before this goes away.  The best estimates are that we will reach the top of the curve (the time when we peak and then to start seeing a reduction in cases) in about 3-4 weeks from now (in early April.)  How fast it dissipates after that will largely depend on how well the American population did in limiting contact with those who are infected.  The panic has spawned the term "social distancing" and it is vital that we do so for the next 3 weeks.         

Avoid "news" sources such as CNN that exist solely to spread agenda-driven propaganda.  Get your updates from the daily briefings from the White House, from the CDC, or from a quality news source in your area.  The scam "news" outlets (like CNN) feed on ignorance and sensationalism.  Don't let them make a fool of you. 

Saturday, February 15, 2020

March Studio Theme

The studio theme for March 2020 is "Puttin on the Ritz."  You come dressed to the 9's in a contemporary or vintage outfit.  Top hats, tails, walking sticks, headwear, feathers......there's no shortage of ideas!  Search the Net for the theme title for a lot of examples. 

Monday, January 6, 2020

Warm winter

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