Goodness! I’m overdue! Karen, I’m sorry it took me longer than I expected to post these! It’s been a pretty busy couple weeks since we got back from vacation!
George started his final “formal” semester at Lee this week. In the Spring, he’ll take on student teaching and in May, he’ll graduate and we’ll go West! It feels like it’s coming up so quickly! I can’t believe it!
Also, I don’t think I’ve announced it here yet, but we’ll be in Seattle for Christmas! My first Christmas at home in six years! I’m so excited about it! My niece will just be turning TWO (holy cow!) and we’ll take the opportunity to look at potential locations where we might like to move! Additionally, we plan on making our annual trip during Spring Break (in March) but it’s gonna be even better because my best friend, Stephanie, is getting married! And I’m a bridesmaid! Whoo hoo!
With picture-making in the Fall and trips for Christmas and Spring Break… I really think these next 6-9 months are gonna fly by! But I’m looking forward to enjoying them all!
So without further ado! I present to you Karen Crow! I don’t really know where to begin with Karen… I want to say so much, but there’s just nothing I can say that’s worthy of her. She’s absolutely gorgeous, she has the most beautiful spirit I’ve ever encountered, and her smile is really contagious! Karen graduated from Lee with honors and has this incredible gift for music and singing. We squeezed this quickie session in just two days before she packed her things in preparation for a full ride scholarship at Austin Peay State University for her graduate program! I seriously know some of the most talented people EVER. Karen definitely being one of them.
I hope you like what you see, Karen! When you come to visit (which you promised you would!), we’ll definitely get together for a full 1-2 hour session! But I don’t think we did too bad with just 35 minutes! Not bad at all!
And just for fun! The many faces of Karen! (All of which possess an obvious ADORABLE-factor!)
I only wish this shoot could’ve gone on for longer! Next time, Karen! You. Me. Plenty of time. ‘Nuff said.