the thing about mothering four kids is that come flu season, someone always seems to be ill. the past couple of weeks i've nursed two sickish littles, a role i truly don't mind but which also leaches any normalcy from my schedule.
they're mostly better now (i think), so i'm attacking my catch-up list with zeal.
near the top of my list are some photos i owe you, my faves from the last couple of senior sessions. today we'll highlight the beautiful brooke.
brooke is funny and authentic and completely comfortable in her own skin, everything i wish i would've been at eighteen.
she's bright and pretty and involved in everything, but she has a rare depth to her as well. brooke has weathered sharp sorrow and loss, and this makes her strength and serenity all the more remarkable.
i had the best time with brooke and her mom...the light was gorgeous, the company delightful. i am nothing short of blessed to have a job i so completely enjoy.
thanks, ladies. and brooke, go change the world. we've been needing someone just like you.
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