Our Thursday came to a thrilling (again, I’m not sure if this is the best adjective that could be used, but I’m gonna go crazy and just go with it) conclusion with a visit from the lovely, the stunning, the vivacious, the sublime, the interstellarly wonderful, the the one and only Megan!
Do you think that she came down to the FunCenter to find out the mysteries of life, or to listen to Otis talk and talk and talk about things that nobody cares about, or maybe you’re even thinking that she came down to the FunCenter to partake in the Kinzey & Ben Dance Party – hosted by DJ James. If you think any of these things, then you are sadly confused (which, coincidentally is the title of the third revision of my autobiography.) Because she came down here to rock the world that is Senior Portraits.
I know, you’re all gonna be all waiting for me to tell you something like, ‘…and guess what, she did!’, but you know what – I don’t even think that there is a need for me to tell all you all out there with your ethernet cables and your modems and your monitors and all of these other devices with their blinking lights and chirps and whistles and static and ether, all of you people out there don’t need to be told when somebody like Megan is totally awesome. It’s like, if I show you a picture of a smiley 🙂 – do you need to be told that it is a smiley? If you look at the sky, will you need me to tell you that it is what it is? No. And likewise, if you look at these snaps that are just mere words away, do you need me to tell you that they are awesome?
Do you really need me for these things? No, my fellow bloggers, I am just the facilitator of your enjoyment, I just push one of those blinking lights and put some data in a cord and send it off into the space that exists between me and you, and I have every bit of faith that you will know righteous snaps when you see them. These words that I type just offer up distraction from the straight up goodness that is Megan. Dig?
Alright. I think we’re all receiving the same ones and zeroes through our cords. Much thanks to Megan for being so great to work with – and to my faithful out there in the land of blog – Enjoy!
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