Natalie’s Cap and Gown Session

The dark clouds loomed over the rims, but Natalie wasn’t going to let a chance of rain stop her from having an amazing cap and gown session. She even had some overcast skies and chances of rain for her roots garden center session but her smile could light up the gloomiest of days. And that’s exactly what happened! Just before we were about to run for cover, a beautiful double rainbow appeared and like always Natalie was willing to do whatever it took to capture the photo.

Natalie is one of the easiest people I know to talk to. Even though I’ve seen her a few times since her senior session is was still fun to hear her answers for her cap and gown session interview. Here’s how it went:

Overall how did the year go? Fast. What was the best part? Football games. I liked planning with friends according to the themes. What was the hardest part? AP Stats, but I’m glad I stuck with it. What will you miss? People. The Senior community including the teachers is so welcoming. What are your future plans? Covenant College in Georgia. (She’s wanting to go into law!) What are you looking forward to the most after graduation? Moving to Georgia. What are you the most nervous about after graduation? Moving to Georgia. (Apparently she’s been listening to Wide Open Spaces by The Chicks on repeat to pump herself up for the move.) What is your advice to the junior class? Enjoy it! Senior year goes by so fast.

Natalie, it has truly been my pleasure to have you as part of my spokesmodel team this year! I loved chatting with you at every session we had. You are so sweet and a natural in front of the camera! You will definitely go far with your friendly and determined personality. I can’t wait to hear all about your big move and the new adventures you’ll have along the way. Natalie, thank you again for choosing me to capture your senior year. I loved every minute of it!

Natalie's Cap and Gown Session
Natalie's Cap and Gown Session

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