It's been quite a while since I've last reached out, hasn't it? Acclimating to my new home in Portland has been some pretty busy work!
While I've been busy with quite a bit, the latest has involved getting to know my senior ambassadors. I'm extremely lucky to get to know them all, and it's been so great working with each of their personalities in each session. If you'd like to know each of them (which is why I'm assuming you're here!), read on:
Alexia - Rex Putnam High School
This funny, bright, fun young lady has a heart of gold and a giving spirit. On top of being a girl scout and a boy scout, she's also a volunteer with the Autism Society and the Autism cub scout group. She also volunteers with her church around the holidays, and doesn't hesitate to help others in any other way she can. She had us all laughing pretty much nonstop during her entire session.
Amanda - Oregon City High School
Amanda is probably one of the best communicators I've ever met. She's responsible- yet easy-going, kind, and sweet. She's also a girl scout, and describes herself as "confident, Christian, funny, and responsible," all of which I'd definitely agree with!
Maddison - Corbett High School
Maddison and I met on Instagram (if you didn't know I have one, I do! @abradfordphotography), and I'm so glad we did. She's whip-smart and friendly, and her own Instagram is a real testament to her own talent with photography. She also helps her mother sometimes with running their adorable home goods store, which you should totally check out if you're in the Corbett area!
Jayden - Sam Barlow High School
Jayden is always on the go. When he isn't playing sports (football, soccer, and track -- down from more, apparently!), he's working and going to school. He also is a fire cadet for his local police department, and aspires to be a firefighter after he graduates. He's a definite reminder of how I lucked out with my kids this summer, and I loved working with him.
Each of these seniors will be around this site from time to time, and if you or your senior go to school with them, be sure to reach out. And to anyone reading this who may be graduating in 2019, good luck and go get 'em! It's going to be an amazing year for you.