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Old 02-28-2011, 01:52 AM
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Let me know how you and yours "make it work". I have a feeling I'm not alone, thanks!
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Old 02-28-2011, 07:51 AM
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Good article!
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Old 02-28-2011, 10:41 AM
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Nice article Steve.

For every event I am away from home to shoot and the countless hours that goes into processing the images once I am back, my wife and kids know that whatever I can profit from it that a good portion of it is their play money...

It's been working.....
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Great article, being a new father it's something that I thought about a lot and made the decision that if it's not something I can do with the family or for the family I won't do it. This means putting some things on hold until the time is right. The teenage years will come soon when my son will want to spend more time with friends then Dad so I want to make the most of it now.
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Great article, being a new father it's something that I thought about a lot and made the decision that if it's not something I can do with the family or for the family I won't do it. This means putting some things on hold until the time is right. The teenage years will come soon when my son will want to spend more time with friends then Dad so I want to make the most of it now.
I think your son's friends will want to hang out with him, especially if he takes them to your races.
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