I still can’t get over the fact that friends I grew up with have kids that are old enough to graduate! It is such a bittersweet moment when you see they have gone from a funny little kid to a beautiful young lady just on the brink of her future. Ok, so now I’m crying at my computer thinking about my own babies growing up and leaving me! Kaela, I’m so glad we finally got the sun to cooperate with our rustic, cowgirl plans! You are a beautiful girl, inside and out, and I’m so excited to see where God leads you over the next few years.
Oh I cannot tell you how excited I am to show these pictures! When Lindsey first told me she wanted a vintage vibe for her senior pictures, I think I squealed. And after planning it all out together, I could not be happier with how they turned out. Thank you Lindsey for being up for anything! You are such a sweetie with so much potential. I know you said you have been looking forward to senior pictures since 9th grade, so I hope these are something of what you imagined. Congratulations on your upcoming graduation (precisely 22 days away) and your bright future!
I’ve just recently noticed that most of my posts mention weather in them. I suppose that’s because my pictures kind of depend on it! I mean, can the wind just please stop? Seriously! Regardless, I had lots of fun with these BSU fans down by the river. Just know that I have some pretty funny outtakes with long hair flying all over the place! Ginger, please tell Dave that I think his shirt suits him perfectly:) Enjoy!
Well, I promised him that I wouldn’t put his phone number next to his pictures, because he probably couldn’t handle the backlog after this goes to post. I am truly loving all these senior sessions. . . getting to see so many different sides of a person in a few hours is really interesting. And it didn’t hurt that I got to ride around in the Mustang for this particular trip! I love hearing about a soon-to-be-graduate’s plans and dreams for the future, and then watching how it all works out. Marky, I’ve no doubt that you will be a top-notch police officer someday. Thanks for all the fun!
Let me just say that I love springtime in Idaho! It is so pretty outside (in between the hail and wind storms) with all the trees and flowers in bloom. When you look at the colors in these next pictures, you will have to agree! What a breeze to spend some time taking pictures of a great family on a lovely evening. Seriously, they made it so easy on me, and I’m completely smitten with their little baby girl. Adorable. When I look at these pictures, I see such a representation of what family means. I hope, Bobbi, that they are everything you wanted too!
Oh wow. I was trying to narrow down Jessica’s pictures for this post, and I decided I just couldn’t do it. So there is a slight overload of pictures, but it’s my blog, and I’m okay with that if you are. Anyways, congratulations to Jessica, who is so near the finish line of High School that she can almost taste it. Seven short weeks until real life begins, right? I had tons of fun hanging out with Jessica and her friend, Lindsey, on a perfect spring morning. As you can see, she is a beautiful girl with a beautiful spirit, as well. Thanks again, Jessica. Enjoy your MANY pictures!