Dakota Bear McAuley is my baby girl boston. I got her when I was 14 years old, and I saved all summer to pay for her all by myself. (Although looking back, I didn't even pay for the majority if you count food, vet visits, etc!)
This picture is her modeling debut. :P It also happens to include many of my favorite things. These include: Dakota herself, Dakota with her eyes bugging, black white and pink together, and my snuggie.
Anyways, I'm so glad that this week is coming to an end. It's been exciting, stressful, (mostly stressful), but I've gotten everything accomplished that I needed to in the past 7 days. There have been some mishaps, like when I "lost" my book and searched frantically, made copies of someone else's book, only to find it when I got home in my bedroom. But, as my good friend Jamie like to remind me, I just kept swimming, swimming, swimming. :) And now I can go to sleep tonight ready for a nice relaxing weekend!
I'd like to give a shout out to my Aunt Anna and Uncle Rob. They will be running in the Houston half- marathon on Sunday! Woop woop!
Lauren is a very good friend of mine. We went to school together since we were in seventh grade. We stuck through marching band and high school together until I left her behind to graduate. :(
BUT, we are still friends, I see her all the time, and she's GORGEOUS!
Here are some of her senior portraits I took in Galveston. We shot once in Houston, but because of rain it was unsuccessful. To reshoot, she decided upon Galveston and, second time around, they turned out lovely! I think everyone should be jealous of how photogenic she is!
Here lately I have been really really busy!! Which is a blessing and a curse.
I am so thankful for all of the opportunities I have been given, but I have often wanted to pull my hair out!
There have been many photos shoots, school, and I'm planning my friends' prom (because I've been there done that and I LOVE to plan things). :)
Since my last post, I have purchased a new Nikon D5000 which I have fallen in love with. It took some adjusting, but I feel like I've "gotten to know" my camera very well in the short time I've had it.
Anyways... Here are some sneak peeks from the Memorial Ride and Cook-off!
I'm 19 and a junior in college. I'm currently trying my hand at photography and loving it! We'll see how it goes. I'm just following the plan God has laid out for me. :) ZTA - BSM - WRITING CENTER
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