I’ve hung onto not blogging this senior session for I think as long as humanly possible. in my demented mind, if I don’t blog this senior session then time stops, right? I’m ridiculous.
the reason I don’t want to post this senior session is because I love the beautiful woman in the post today. getting to pour over her portraits just dementedly elongates the process of me getting to spend time with her and when I let go of these, that moment is officially gone and spent. yes, I know I’m 100% ridiculous. 😉
but I’ve gotten to witness her first few moments of life of this beautiful woman twenty two years ago and I’ve loved and love every opportunity I get to spend time with her now. she is most obviously beautiful with hair that commercials try and advertise and natural un-made up beauty that I envy. she is creatively talented…as in I wish I had talent like hers. her understanding of graphic design and how she see’s life creatively inspires me. she is perceptive of others and at family gatherings it’s fun to watch. she is just at ease having a conversation with a seventy-something year old as she is with a three year old and she takes the time to love and spend time with both and everyone in between. she is just someone I genuinely admire. she is someone I am proud to call my family. and I cannot believe (but can?) that she is graduating from college this december…you’ve worked for it, jos – I’m so incredibly proud of you.
thank you for the day getting to spend with you. thank you for the creative freedom to see you in many different lights this session – you are incredibly multi-faceted and it was fun getting to create these with you! I love you! 🙂