The Sort of Hope Who Gets to do This

“Life may not be the party we hoped for , but we should all dance” ~ somebody at some time said it.

Welcome to their party.

Homecoming 2012.

I am the last person to post my homecoming pics so I decided I’d post a few of the outtakes instead of just all of the happy ‘smile for the camera’ shots.  Aren’t I lucky that they allow me into their world?

While we were in the backyard of one of Natalia’s friends, a neighbor of hers came out and asked if we would like to come inside and use his unique home for some photographic opportunities. His ‘home’  was what I can only describe as one of the most beautiful, cleverly decorated old factories in our quaint little town. Hardwood floors, mile high ceilings, incredible stained glass detail throughout. It resonated character and charm. I am only sad that I didn’t take the opportunity to photograph more of the home as well as the girls with some of his favorite toys. It definitely was a different way to shoot homecoming photos.

It is Tues as I post this and it’s taken me this long to recover from our weekend. I trust the teens have recouped quicker.

My favorite “getting dressed up for something with someone else ” song…

~ “you wear those shoes and I will wear those dress” ~

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3YcNzHOBmk8

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3 thoughts on “The Sort of Hope Who Gets to do This

    • Thank you Mr Lanoue! They are truly a great group of kids. I am just so lucky that they still tolerate me tagging along for every blessed event in their lives! Not unlike your magnificent egrets or royal gators… mine too, will get a bit testy if I push them too far sometimes. I must pick and choose my shots.

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