If I only had three words to summarize the past decade of summers, there would be no hesitation, Panama City Beach. Host to sketchy night life, the single craziest wal-mart I’ve ever visited and Bigstuf. Anna was basically raised by the combination of Bigstuf musicians, communicators, staffers, and infamous interns. Not only did Anna and I meet there during the most awkward stages of the 9th grade but we were married there…just kidding, but we’ve never missed a summer since. Now that we’ve outgrown attending as students we just go hang out with her incredible parents and the rest of the Bigstufers. Because all I had during my student days was a single use film camera (which never made it home) I decided to do a little better documenting this time.

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The Man. The Legend. The Father-in-Law... Danny Dukes

There is only a short list of things that make Anna feel that all is right with the world; sunny days with nothing to do, daschunds,┬áthe movies with $15 popcorn and a coke, me (most of the time), and babies. No matter how late we are for anything there is always time for babies. Babies, babies, babies. Last week, one of our good friends, Christina, asked Three Pennies to take some photos of the Sullen family’s newest joy, five day old Evan. Of course we excepted and I don’t think Anna has stopped smiling since. To all the baby Evans out there, thank you for keeping Anna occupied… for now! So, everyone give Anna and early Christmas present and let her take photos of your wee little ones.

Also, thanks to Karen Nickel for making the early morning rise and helping us out.