This is my husband’s baby sister, Vicky. She is getting ready to graduate from Whitney High School tomorrow, and we are so extremely proud of her! I’ve known her since she was just a little girl and I’ve watched her transform into the beautiful lady that you see here. I find it hard to believe that she’s all grown up, because these years have flown by so quickly, yet here I sit blogging about her Senior portraits. So it must be true. I’m getting old. 🙁
Vicky is intelligent, talented, and beautiful. She is kind and helpful, and has a heart of gold. I greatly enjoy spending time with her because she is so fun to be around. This fall she will be starting classes at Sierra College and one day she wants to become a nurse. I think she will flourish wherever her heart leads her, and I can’t wait to see all the places she goes and the amazing things she does!
I took these senior portraits at Ancil Hoffman Park in Carmichael, and it was quite the adventure. We saw lots of nature and wildlife out and about. First, there was a huge rattlesnake blocking our access to the trails – how rude! Nobody was hurt, because we spotted him from a distance away, thankfully. We also saw a ton of turkeys roaming the park, which is pretty typical for the area. They kept photobombing my pictures. Turkeys are funny creatures. And lastly, on our way home we saw at least 20 deer, which was a very cool way to wrap up an awesome shoot.