This is my sister, Judith. It’s hard to believe she’s getting set to graduate from college this December!
It seems just like yesterday she was born, my littlest sister. I was thirteen years older than Judith and I must admit, I wasn’t too excited about the prospect of a new baby entering our home. Maybe I was embarrassed, or maybe I didn’t want a new sibling to “mess” up what we had going. My other siblings were just three and five years younger than me. Maybe I didn’t like change or maybe I was just being a hormonal teenage jerk. Anyway, I didn’t have the best attitude about a new baby being born.
But she won me over. She was so cute and fun it wasn’t long until I didn’t mind her at all . . . except when people thought I was her mom and she was my baby. Now that was embarrassing.
It’s been a long time since anyone mistook me for her mom, though, thankfully! 🙂
As Judith approached her last semester, she asked me to take some head shots of her to use for social media and getting her professional website together. I happily obliged, heading to one of my long-time favorite locations, Jerusalem Mill. As much as I love the location for it’s variety of backdrops, I was reminded why I don’t go there that often any more. We were just one of FIVE photography sessions going on there that night! But it worked out and I was able to get the shots I was looking for.
Isn’t she pretty? And not only pretty, she’s smart and spunky too.
I love these last three!
You can tell she’s got spunk through the pictures, you did a beautiful job! 🙂
@Vickie, yes you can! And thanks all!
I LOVE all of these! Can I buy one?
Congratulations in advance.. 😀 Happy for you Judith! ^_^
I love the narrative that accompanies the photos, as much as I like the photos. I read this with a smile on my face, I noticed half way through! 🙂