What I've Been Up To Lately

I've been pretty busy since my previous blog post so here's some stuff I've shot for the paper over the last few months. Finally the spring semester is winding down and it's been a good one!

Kamdyn Mathews, 4, of Carterville, Ill., participates in an exercise during a preschool dance class on March 18 at Willow Street Studios in Carbondale, Ill.

Kamdyn Mathews, 4, of Carterville, Ill., participates in an exercise during a preschool dance class on March 18 at Willow Street Studios in Carbondale, Ill.

Shannon Lambert, 2, of Marion, Ill., receives her dogtags after she and her father Nicholas participated in the "Run for the Warriors" 5K on March 22 at SIU Carbondale's Campus Lake in Carbondale, Ill.

Shannon Lambert, 2, of Marion, Ill., receives her dogtags after she and her father Nicholas participated in the "Run for the Warriors" 5K on March 22 at SIU Carbondale's Campus Lake in Carbondale, Ill.

Aaron Connor, of Murphysboro, Ill., fishes during the fifth-annual Saluki Bassers Veterans Appreciation Fishing Tournament on April 13 at Lake of Egypt in Marion, Ill.

Aaron Connor, of Murphysboro, Ill., fishes during the fifth-annual Saluki Bassers Veterans Appreciation Fishing Tournament on April 13 at Lake of Egypt in Marion, Ill.

Tye Sturgeon, of Batesville, Ark., spends time with his horse Edward on April 25 at the Randolph County Fairgrounds in Sparta, Ill. Sturgeon hopes to ride across 48 states with Edward to benefit Western Wishes, a non-profit organization that helps children and young adults who are victims of severe spinal cord and head injuries as well as survivors of cancer.

Tye Sturgeon, of Batesville, Ark., spends time with his horse Edward on April 25 at the Randolph County Fairgrounds in Sparta, Ill. Sturgeon hopes to ride across 48 states with Edward to benefit Western Wishes, a non-profit organization that helps children and young adults who are victims of severe spinal cord and head injuries as well as survivors of cancer.