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Taking Pictures

I have a step son and daughter in law in their thirties. My step daughter in law has two sons, one who attends the same school as my daughter and they have been friends for years, she is a junior and he a senior. I took wedding pictures of my step sons/daughter's wedding a few years back. They loved the pictures, I am not a pro, just a hobby. I prefer taking pictures of nature but they asked.... Well, my daughter has been in photography for a while and needed a better camera, I sold her mine. My step daughter in law's senior son asked for senior pictures to be taken, my daughter offered and she and him have been talking about time, place etc. Well, I get a message from his mom asking about getting the pictures done and on top of senior pictures being taken, she wants family photos as well. I'm like...what? I told her that her son and my daughter have been discussing this and I am not the one taking the photos. They are kind of tight financially and I understand the graduation pictures....but asking for family pictures kind of irritated me a tad. I have money going out too, have horses. I just paid a $700.00 vet bill I did NOT expect. It's like you give a foot and they want another foot. I just wanted to vent....
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