I was thrilled when Molly’s mom asked if I would consider taking Molly’s senior pictures. And it was such a pleasure to get to know Molly (and a little bit of Lincoln) on a beautiful spring day. A few months later, I still smile whenever I think of Molly’s beautiful smile, sly sense of humor, and strong sense of herself. She struck me as a classic example of someone who doesn’t say much, but when she does, she’s so worth listening to.
We took a tour of Robinette Farms and had such a good time and learned so much. We also came home with tomatoes that we ate like candy, a yellow watermelon, beautiful red peppers, and “funny” eggs (in various colors and shapes).
We ran across this guy when we were out gathering treasures for our Nature Pal Exchange.
A friend of a friend of my friend Kacy invited us (well, by way of inviting her friends’ friends) to come out to her beautiful orchard. Confused? Let’s just say, Clara and I felt so lucky to be able to spend a lovely and fun almost-fall morning with Kacy, Sam, and Priya picking apples and pears.