Michelle | Senior

November 30, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

I don't know about all of you, but the holiday weekend felt SO. VERY. NEEDED. in my house.  I shirked my dirty house, fought a touch of the flu (but powered through and ate turkey, mashed potatoes, and pie anyway), reconnected with family I hadn't seen in ages, watched not one but three movies over the weekend, had an inspiring coffee date with my sis-in-law (the designer behind this cute jewelry shop), got my dreadfully dirty engagement and wedding bands polished up at the jewelers, AND snuck in a little quality quiet time at Barnes & Noble where I finally picked up Big Magic.  I'm only 22 pages in and I've already laughed out loud and amen'ed.  So I'm feeling all psyched and ready to hit work hard over the next few weeks.  As I was making my list this morning, I realized I never blogged sweet Michelle's senior session back in October, so I decided it's high time to share some more photos from her session!  Enjoy and have a happy first week of December folks! Michelle is an incredibly sweet girl with a sunny smile and an adorable giggle...

...but she's not to be messed with.  Note the photo below.  She's her father's daughter and loves guns and hunting.   At the session consultation her dad proudly told me how she'd shot her first deer last year. ;)

Michelle, it was so fun to meet you and have you in front of my lens! You are a beauty through and through!

 

Hair and Makeup: Tonya Gorby


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