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Saturday, October 8, 2011


Just wanted to share some homecoming pictures of my daughter Meagan. This is her first homecoming and it has been a long week for her! But she has enjoyed every minute of it! It's weird, I have one that couldn't stand school at all, and this one is totally in love with it, and my third is eh, guess I gotta go! She'll be 16 in a couple of months, right before Christmas and my son will be 12 to days later, right before Christmas, and our anniversary is right before Christmas, I didn't plan very well did I?!

So here she is in all her yellow glory, which turned out to be a great color for the park because the leaves are changing.

What's a photo shoot without the pouty face?

This is her best friend they were all going together, Makes me wanna go get dressed up and go somewhere!


Kristin said...

She is absolutely gorgeous! And that dress and setting! Beautiful. xoxo

Joanna said...

Oh My Goodness, she's so like you, Lisa! What beautiful photographs of your beautiful girl. Her hair is really gorgeous too, did she have it 'done' at a salon or was it clever you?


craftattack said...

Beautiful photos! Valerie

sugar Creek said...

Thank you ladies so much! Joanna, shoot no I didn't do that! LOL! I took her to a salon to do her hair and makeup. With it being her first one, I didn't want to screw it up!

Anonymous said...

Ohhhh your daughter is so beautiful, love that gorgeous and unusual dress, stunning !! What a lovely family and a great christmas you will have hehe !!
Thanks for sharing
hugs June x

Georgie Horn said...

ahh to be young, thin and beautiful again! Lovely ladies!!

Evi said...

what an absolutely beautiful girl! And so is her friend.
Love the yellow dress on her, especially in that setting. Gosh, don't they grow up so fast.

Bohemian said...

What a Beautiful Daughter you have... and the Joy on their faces is radiant! When one of my Grand-Daughter recently went to a Prom & sent us photos it made me realize how much time has passed... they grow up so quickly, cherish each Moment... but then, I'm sure you will!

PS: Also loving the hand-written ledgers you scored in the above Post... I've been experimenting with Texturing my Photographs for my Blog and Love the look of Vintage Handwritten elements behind the main Photos.

Blessings from the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian