I’m sure a lot of you recognize this staff! We have been working with Dr. Thames and his staff for a couple of years now and love them all. I challenge you to find another orthodontist that is as friendly as they are! (and good looking) If you need braces, or if you think you need braces, you should check them out at www.DrThames.com
With your junior year well in the rear view mirror, it’s full speed ahead to your senior year. Toward the end of summer, the pace will pick up with school activities, SAT testing, college visits and the holidays. Now is the time to start planning out your year.
As a senior parent, you are likely to be overwhelmed with this last year of high school and find yourself wondering if you have done enough to prepare your son/daughter for their adult life… take a deep breath, make a to do list, get a calendar and get started… one thing at a time.
The logical thing to start with is your senior portrait session. Why? First of all, it’s fun and it is something you can do with your senior. Second, your schedule is the most flexible during the summer and third, you will need current portraits for the yearbook PDA, college and scholarship applications, theater auditions and graduations announcements. There are SO many reasons why this is the best time to call. Summer is almost over. Let’s get started.
2013 senior portrait summer sale
It seems like our seniors this year are much more fashion savvy than in the past. Their outfits appear to be more thought out and carefully pieced together. It is such an inspiration to a fashion victim like myself. Although we coach our seniors on what to bring before their session, we have to be somewhat vague since the kids have their own style and usually dress better than the normal adult. The last thing I want to do is hold back their creativity. I must say that I love the colorful shoes I have been seeing… from the boys and the girls.
We have been photographing seniors since school has been out and it has been very eventful. The kids make me laugh. They are fun and funny and just typically… teenager-ish. I love it. I would never go back to the teenage years, but I love working with them. They are all excited about their senior year, yet a little overwhelmed about picking the perfect college. I know they will work through it… it’s all a part of life. I’m just glad I have the pleasure of being their senior photographer…. and eventually their wedding photographer when the time is right.