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Senior Portraits

Senior year - the most exciting, stressful, fun, difficult, and long years of your life. A big chapter of your life is ending, and a new chapter is beginning. Senior year starts with all the anticipation of figuring out where you’ll go next year. The waiting and hoping for college acceptance letters can be agonizing. Last year we did that with my daughter. She struggled with not knowing where she would be going in a few months. Then there was the decision of where she should go. She had two options, and it took her a very very long time to decide.

Senior portraits shouldn’t be stressful. They should be the fun part of your year. It’s a time to show who you are right now in your life. Choose your location, bring 2-3 of your favorite outfits. I encourage you to think outside the box. Don’t just do what everyone does. Think of a location that means a lot to you, or an outfit that has special meaning. Wear the uniform you wear for your sport, or include your favorite animal (as you’ll see below). Don’t be afraid to make it all about you. This is the time in your life when you get to do that! Enjoy it. Give me a call. We can plan together, and as you’ll see below, you can bring your whole family.

Senior photographer thousand oaks
Westlake Village Senior Photographer - Beach
Senior pictures at the beach
Senior portraits Camarillo
Newbury park senior photographer
Thousand Oaks senior photographer
Westlake village senior photographer
Westlake village senior photographer
Moorpark Senior Photographer

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My Heart

Even before she was born she has had my whole heart. I remember so clearly looking into her bright blue eyes for the first time. I couldn't believe I, of all people was able to be her mother. I felt like I was the luckiest person alive. I couldn't get enough of her. I loved every sound she made, every expression on her face, and couldn't stand to hear her cry. I worried obsessively about her when I wasn't with her, and rarely wanted to leave her. I fully admit I was a neurotic mom, and I probably still am.

I get teary eyed just thinking about her. When she's unhappy, I am ten times more unhappy. When she hurts I hurt, and when she's happy I am the happiest person on earth. Today I saw her speak in church. The feelings I had watching her up there can not be described. It wasn't the words she was saying, although they were perfect. It was the thought that my baby girl is all grown up now. She's accomplished so much! In almost everything she has chosen the paths I have wished for her. She took the hardest classes, studied countless hours, got well over a 4.0, volunteered her time to help others, has a job, chose amazing friends, helped at home, and has been my joy for eighteen years and counting.

These are some of her senior pictures. I can't possibly choose my favorite because I love seeing her in any image. I hope she always knows how much I love her, and how much I want for her life. Being a mom really is what Elizabeth Stone says, "It is to decide forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body."

Thousand Oaks senior photographer
Moorpark Senior Photographer
ventura county photographer
Westlake village senior photographer
Ventura county Senior Photographer

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