Probate court and a Korean spa

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I can only assume the cannons are there in case Spa Castle (the other Korean spa) decides to invade.

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This month I documented a day in my life that I spent in Dallas for a probate hearing for my dad’s will, followed by some errands related to his stuff (did you know you need a death certificate to cancel cable??), lunch with one of my oldest friends, and ending with a few hours at King Spa, one of my favorite places to relax.

Check out the everyday of photographer Jessica Svoboda here.

Laura Shachmut - Once again, you’ve drawn me into your story and I’m completely captivated by every image. You are SO good at this. I have so many favorites. I really love the one of your shadow and the first one tooMarch 2, 2014 – 8:00 am

Jessica Svoboda - Love these. Your documentary style is just inspiring. Many thoughts with you and your family during this time.March 2, 2014 – 10:16 pm

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