Josie + Bob | Engagement

I am so excited to finally get this session up! Josie and Bob are phenomenal! (And their little dog, Bonnie, is a sweetheart!)

These two have a neat story of coming together and I laugh everytime I hear where Bob hid the ring for the proposal! :D
Even more amazing, last year Bob found out he had thyroid cancer. While it was unexpected and scary, he recovered well, with only a little scar to show!
Their love for each other and faith in Christ just beam from them! I’m honored to have these two in my “family”.
Bob wrote to me, “I hope [others] see two people that truly were made to be together. God brought us together, and I hope they see His fingerprints on our life.”

Everything in this session means something to the two of them – I love it all!
1. Bonnie, who is naturally adorable! She just adores Bob! :)
2. Josie directs a fantastic childhood development program here in Memphis. I love the shirt Bob wears. Bob, you are a real man!
3. The balcony is where they first began dating. (AKA, had their DTR talk and made it official)  ;)
4. They love downtown and that’s where Bob proposed. The National Ornamental Metal Museum is where they love to go and they’ll also have their reception there.

Josie & Bob – 13 November 2010

  • Josie Orlando - January 19, 2011 - 10:39 AM

    Awww thanks Amy! I love them!!! :)

  • Josie Orlando - January 19, 2011 - 12:09 PM

    I love them Amy!! Thanks!!

  • Josie Orlando - January 19, 2011 - 1:04 PM

    Whoops. Didn’t see my initial comment, so I posted again, because I wanted you to know how much I like them. Well now you know :) I wonder if Bonnie will recognize herself in the pictures? She is so prissy!

  • Amy Maliskas - January 22, 2011 - 6:09 PM

    Ummmm….as an early childhood teacher – That shirt is AWESOME…AMAZING…FANTASTIC…..I could go on

  • James Maxwell - January 23, 2011 - 9:32 AM

    Love the pictures!! Again, congratulations to you guys!! My favorites are the black and whites… specifically the one were you guys are sitting in front of the cross, and then the one of your backs in the chairs.

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