After all the times I've typed "summer camp" into these little introductions, I suppose I should just come to the conclusion that camp creates life-long friends...technically 10-ish years isn't a lifetime, but I don't fancy the idea of saying goodbye to these people anytime soon.
Libby was all of 8 years old, there for all the staff meetings, riding around camp-wide on her bike, and jetting of all places, into my cabin to be my camper :) She was one of the first people I taught the camp birthday song to, so I could see how it fared with the kiddos, and she nailed it—come to find out, she's quite musically talented (as is the rest of her fam). This family is so flippin precious to me—every summer included them.
More-so than the memories, this family has taught me so much about what it means to be a God-follower; such a deep example of faith and a bite straight from the fruit of Joy.
So when I announced I was moving west, this beloved family drove over 6 hours from Ohio to meet me for a departing session. I was so honored to take Libby's photos—in fact, DUDE, I just realized that when I took her big sister's senior photos back in 2009, it was my first time [ever] taking senior photos (!!) :-D Haha I was terrified.
Enjoy our time together—Libby is a blast and a half; character out the wazoo. Stay fabulous darlings, it was so good to see you all again! *muah*
And I suppose it wouldn't be fair to tell of her character and not show any of it in true form ;-) So...
I wonder where she gets it from...
Love you guys!