This past week we have been experiencing storms each night for the last three nights. We were unsure if this session was going to happen but we lucked out with perfect weather for just a couple hours. When we postponed the first time the same thing happened which is why I’m always hesitant about rescheduling in the first place. However, when my clients have appointments leading up to their session I want to make sure we can do their session the same day so it’s not all for nothing.
When I met up with Natalie we decided that we were going to get some photos but then afterwards we were going to celebrate Taco Tuesday. Yeah that’s right, we wanted food more than pictures. That’s ok sometimes. Food is very important but good food is what can get me motivated to get all the photos we need in a short amount of time. Not to mention the humidity was pretty much 100% this day so spending hours switching outfits was not ideal. I’d say for a quick session Natalie sure made it seem easy.
Natalie is a returned senior at Jenison High School after taking a year doing school in Florida and online. She’s excited to be back to see her friends but she thinks her future may hold in another state. Natalie I had so much fun with you and your momma and not to mention at dinner eating tacos because I gotta say. Good food is where it’s at. Am I right?
Enjoy your senior year girl!
P.S. for those wondering. We went to Candados for dinner and their tacos were amazing!
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