Senior Beauty

September 10, 2015  •  2 Comments

I remember a lot about high school. 

--friends

--classes

--teachers

--prom

--sports

The list goes on and on. High school is where you make some of the best memories of your life. Of course, we don't believe that or listen to ANYTHING our mothers tell us when it's actually all taking place. All we want is to get out of that place as quickly as possible!

But fast-forward a decade or so and dear old mom is making a lot of sense, those memories are some of our most cherished... and oh how we wish we could just go back for one more day. 

When I do a senior session the teacher in me really comes out. I want to give life lessons to these kids and all they want are pretty pictures. Haha! I have to take my teacher hat off and just focus on the subject in front of me. Well, these "subjects" .... these seniors.... they are so stinking gorgeous (or handsome) these days! I'm looking at them through my lens, thinking of all the things I DO remember about high school. BUT- the one thing I don't remember about high school is looking this awesome. Kids these days have such awesome style. Geez. I know they are coming all dolled up for senior portraits, but really? I was so excited about LEI jeans and a Gap shirt back in the day... and these kids are looking flawless in their boutique clothes. Do you see where I'm going with this?

---> I'm JEALOUS! I want a do over. I want to go to school my senior year, looking as super fly as Kortney. Hello! Look at this gorgeous girl. And I also want someone to tell me to take senior portraits... not those cruddy ones with the fake backdrop that you shoot in the cafeteria while smelling mystery meat and stale sweet tea. No, no... I want to flash back and have someone tell me to take REAL senior portraits like this.

[[sigh]] 

I am so old. But Kortney is so young, and very very beautiful. So I will live vicariously through her and allow all of you folks to see just how stunning she is. Soak it all up Kortney... in a decade or so you'll be glad that you did. ;) 


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