Sunday, October 10, 2010
I feel blessed that the majority of my friends I have known for over 15 years and one friend in particular I have known for almost 30. When I see her daughter, Alexis, it reminds me of care free days playing in the creek, riding bikes down to Fruitdale and giggling all night long.
I sure hope Lexi finds a friend like I have in her mother, April.
Saturday, October 2, 2010
The journey started about 6 months ago when my mom went to Bauman's for our weekly fruit and vegtables and saw the giant pumpkins. She asked me if our FFA chapter wanted to grow one, I asked Blair if that was cool, she said ok, I asked Allison if she wanted to grow it, she said ok and that was that. The pumpkin grew and grew and today was the day to drive it from Molalla to Gervais and compete in the Giant Pumpkin Weigh Off!
When Allison and her mother arrived the guy asked Allison what the pumpkin's name was-
Guy- "What is it's name?"
Allison- "I don't know. I just called it pumpkin when I rubbed lotion on it."
Allison- "I could not let it get a sun burn."
Me- "Oh. Name it Lotion."
Me- "I have a finger puppet named Lotion. It's a monkey."
Allison- (strange look on her face, staring at me)
Allison, Porter and Mom were excited.
Pumpkin judges making sure people are not cheating.
And, a rooster on the run.
Porter did not make weight.
Excited for growing a LARGER pumpkin next year!
Friday, October 1, 2010
Allison and I waited and waited for the rain to stop in order for us to be able to capture her outdoor senior pictures... Well, the rain stopped and the sun burst through and I may have ended up with a touch of heat stroke after this session. Needless to say it was an amazing day and I had some beautiful light to capture some pictures of a very beautiful young lady...
And... Just because every country girl needs a pair of romeos...