Anna

Anna is so fun and full of energy and beautiful freckles!  We had a rare spring evening (no rain!) if not a little windy.  Anna’s horse, Clue joined us for a few images.  I think I will have to carry my own stash of peppermints!  Who would have known they are a favorite treat for horses?

Anna is very active with her church as a middle school youth group leader.  She plans to attend Purdue in the Fall where she will begin the journey of a special ed teacher.  Anna will also be on the Purdue Equestrian Team!  Many Blessings to you Anna and to the Class of 2017!

 

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Changing the Face of Beauty

 

 

What is beauty?  Our culture tells us it is perfection, youthful,thin….my heart believes we “are fearfully and wonderfully made.” Psalm 139:14 each of us created for a beautiful purpose.

CHANGING THE FACE OF BEAUTY IS A NONPROFIT CORPORATION THAT IS
COMMITTED TO EQUAL REPRESENTATION OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
IN ADVERTISING AND MEDIA WORLDWIDE.

 

They held a head shot clinic at the disAbilities Expo May 13th at the Coliseum for the first time and I was thrilled to volunteer.  So many smiles and giggles.  The kids had an opportunity to have their hair done and to be styled by Abby Miller with Matilda Jane Clothing www.matildajaneclothing.com

and jewelry by Alicia Lewis of The Noonday Collection.  www.alicialewis.noondaycollection.com

It was such a joy to participate and Change the Face of Beauty!

 

 

 

 

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Alexis

This morning I’m writing from an open balcony, feeling a warm ocean breeze and watching the palm trees dance in Isla Verde.  It seems such a contrast to our session last week with cold blowing Midwest wind, except that Alexis brought the sunshine with her beautiful smile and warm heart.

Alexis is an avid runner and has several half marathons in the upcoming months.  She plays the piano, loves shopping, watching movies, eating and hanging out with friends.

Alexis is planning to go to IU next year to study neurosciences and human biology.  Many blessings Alexis!

 

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Jenna

 

 

Jenna wished to round out her senior pictures with a winter session.  I’m so happy she did!  Her beautiful smile and lovely red hair shine against the backdrop of the snow.  Thank you so much to the Hubers for loaning us the awesome antique sled!

I’ve had the opportunity to get to know this sweet girl and her Mom over the years through Homestead Dance.  Jenna is a graceful dancer and dances competatively for K. Monique’s Studio as well.  She spends her free time with her friends, working and volunteering at her church.

Jenna is attending IU in the fall (in case you missed that) and plans to study business and try out for the IU Dance Team.  Many blessings Jenna!

 

 

 

 

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Kamran

 

 

 

 

Kamran is my final senior blog post of 2016!  What a fun and busy season.  We were so fortunate to have warm weather well into November ( as I look out my window at the falling snow).

We walked through downtown Fort Wayne and found some last remnants of fall color.  Kamran is a Homestead Senior who likes to hang out with his friends.  He will likely attend IPFW next fall to study Engineering, Architecture or Graphic Design.    All the Best Kamran!

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