Oh hello there, it’s me again! And guess what, I’m here to give all of my good peeps out there in Blogville something very nice, very special, very wonderful! I’ll tell you what, it’s not money, it’s not food, it’s not even a new car, as I know that none of you out there need such trivial things. No no no, what I’m giving you is something even more wonderful than that!
You see (and, I’ll give a $2.00 bill to anybody that can count the number of times that I’ve started a sentence with the words, ‘you see’), there was this time that was not all that long ago, and during this time that was not all that long ago, the doors of the FunCenter (not the doors of your mind, or your imagination…we’ll leave that to the hippies on the west coast back in ’69) opened up, and in strolled none other than the one and only Trista!
She came into our humble confines not to sell us some cheap plastic jewelry to raise money for some weird cause, and she did not come here because she needed money to get to North Hill†, no, she came here instead for something far more wonderful, she came here for something that we like to call Senior Portraits!
Wahoo! Yipee! Yowzaaaaah! All of these words come close, but really don’t do justice to describing just how wonderful Trista was to work with, and how much we enjoyed our all to brief time together! As I’ve said before (and, over the past 1,400 or so blog posts, I’ve pretty much said it all), she was the one that made them wonderful, we just happened to be there with a studio, car, camera’s, multiple digital editing stations, employee’s, and two tomato plants.
Well, my good peeps of blog, enough of these words, let’s get to the part you’ve all been waiting for, the superawesomelywonderful snaps! MuchLove & ManyThanks to Trista for being so good, and to all my good peeps out there in Land of Blog – Enjoy!
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