A Note for the Class of 2017

Whether or not you loved or hated high school, graduation is bitter sweet. You have to grow up, ready or not, and get your life started. Of course you lived before that, but now its your own responsibility to make things happen. Maybe college is waiting for you or you’re going into the workforce right away. Your parents have been training you for this moment for 18 years. No pressure, but what you do next is kind of important.

[envira-gallery id=”4131″]

I have been so fortunate to be chosen by some of the best kids to take their senior portraits. I guess kids isn’t the right word to use. Adults? Seems too serious….I don’t even feel like an adult yet. Maybe youths? Youngsters? Young Adults? Well, none of those sound right….

I’m pretty sure I just wrote my c/o 2016 blog like last week, which just goes to show how fast time goes by! So if I could give you one piece of advice I would say – try not to start “adulting” too fast. You have the rest of your life to be an adult so enjoy these few weeks before you start your summer job or before you’re off to college in the fall. Eat as many home cooked meals while you still live at home, save your money, eat your veggies, and exercise as much as you can.

These guys are seriously so great, and I couldn’t not feel more proud and be more excited for them! Congratulations class of 2017!

[envira-gallery id=”4133″]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.