I’ve gone to church with Olivia and her family for many years and so I’ve watched her grow from a little girl into the stunning young woman that she is today. It makes me a little verklempt. Talk amongst yourselves.
So, I have a thing for girls that don’t fit the regular mold. You know, blondes generally have blue eyes. Right? Not me, I grew up blonde as blonde could be and have what my mom called “butterscotch” colored eyes. That was when people didn’t color their hair quite as much as they do now and my mom was worried I’d feel different and bought me a special doll that had coloring like mine. You’re probably like, “Woah. What does this have to do with senior pictures?” I’m getting there. Hold your horses. So, on the opposite spectrum, you don’t generally see girls with dark hair have blue eyes. Think about it. I’m right. So I’ve always thought Olivia was just kind of extra special because would you just look at those eyes of hers? And her hair? Is she a mermaid or something? Also, please pay special attention to those lashes. Yeah. They are hers. Not fair right? And…because it’s what’s on the inside that really counts, Olivia is as sweet as can be. Ugh. I’m getting verklempt again.
Being as smitten as I am with her pictures (and also maybe a wee bit extra tired this week), I’m splitting her sneak peek in two parts. Honestly, I just couldn’t narrow it down to less than what I have. So enjoy this beautiful girls sneak peek part 1 and come back tomorrow for part 2!