Posts Tagged ‘wife’

Father and Daughter Pay a Heartwarming Photo Tribute to Mom’s Memory

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If you don’t want to cry today, we suggest you skip this one. That being said, for the love of all that is holy, please don’t skip this one! The tears are more than worth it when you hear the story behind these touching and at times heart-wrenching daddy/daughter photos. Read more…

The Battle We Didn’t Choose: Capturing My Wife’s Fight With Breast Cancer

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I knew the first minute I saw Jennifer that she was the one. Jen was beautiful and the kind of person that everyone wants in their life: she listened, and when you talked with her you felt like you were the only person who mattered. 

A few months later I finally worked up the courage to ask Jen out, telling her, “I have a crush on you.” At the time Jen was living in New York and I was in Cleveland. We talked on the phone for hours and wanted to know everything about each other; after 6 months of long distance dating I moved to New York.
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Divorced Couple Clash Over Photos

A divorced Long Island couple decided to share custody of their kids, but they ran into a hitch over who got the family albums.

The ex-husband and wife were together for 21-years, during which they amassed some 7,000 family photos, most of them pictures of their kids.

The great debate sprang up over who actually held the rights to the photos in the first place.

The wife claimed that she was not in several of the photos because she was the one who took them. The husband accused her of not wanting to be in the photos in the first place and vindictive for wanting them now.

Presiding Family Court Judge Vito DeStefano had suggested that the couple scan the images and share the digital copies. The couple split the cost of scanning, $2,100.

But then it seems that the couple finally found common ground: they both hated the digital results.

The court eventually awarded the husband 75% ownership, and the wife got the remaining 25% — or more simply, out of each family album page, the husband keeps three photos, while the wife keeps one.

According to the New York Daily News, Judge DeStefano concluded:

The court finds that the husband was intricately involved with taking, compiling and cataloging the thousands of photos at issue… He equated his collecting of photographs of family with the hobby of collecting rare books.

It’s possible that the family album comprised of all Polaroid photos, but oddly, there’s no word regarding the original negatives.

(via NYDailyNews)


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