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The Goose Turned Five


Almost 2 weeks ago!

Max’s birthday is September 22. But since Yom Kippur fell on that day this year (the Jewish calendar is lunar), we observed his 5th birthday a week later.

The Goose Turned Five | Warming me up for a senior portrait session at Bandemer Park.
Warming me up for a senior portrait session at Bandemer Park.

Thanks to a great experience at a friend’s party at Jungle Java, Max unequivocally chose this high-octane habitrail-for-kids as the venue for his party. And Baker’s Nook in Saline deliciously fulfilled Max’s vision for a monkey themed cake.

Around this time in 2002, we commissioned Ian Nagy to design Max’s birth announcement. Megaphone? How did he know Max’s instrument of choice would be a megaphone? Seated beside Max is our cat Phoebe, whom we miss dearly. Also, in case anyone is wondering, Max’s middle name is in honor of the Alta Ski Area in Utah. If you’ve ever shredded the powder at Alta, you’d understand!

The Goose Turned Five | Design and illustration by Ian Nagy.
Design and illustration by Ian Nagy.


as we say in Hebrew: Mazal Tov and Yom Huledet Sameach!
he looks very cute and share the same age with my daughter, Or.

(I just LOVE your blog!)

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I’m a professional photographer specializing in studio and lifestyle portraits of children, families, high school seniors, and performing artists. I live in Ann Arbor with my husband, Rich, and our 21-year-old son, Max. Learn more about my portrait and headshot services at Myra Klarman Photography.

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