She’s a country girl to the core. But that doesn’t mean she doesn’t curl her hair and occasionally put on a cute dress – especially if her mama really wants her to.
Cara loves her truck, and animals, boots and T-shirts. That’s how you will find her most of the time. She has her own calves, and loves the open sky. I love that she’s not afraid to tackle anything. In fact, we had to postpone the farm and truck part of her senior session because she left with her dad after a hurricane and headed to North Carolina to pick up trailers to deliver to folks in Louisiana. It gives my heart courage to think that we have teens who are willing to tackle doing the tough things.
Band and Color Guard has been a part of Cara’s life for years too. She, like many others, is heartbroken that it’s been another casualty of 2020. I’ve taken pics of her so many years in this or that costume, and I know all those performances and practices will always have a place in Cara’s heart and memories. And just like with everything she does, Cara put her whole heart into making sure that the show was spectacular. And it always was.
Cara, I wish you only the best as this year speeds by. I know that you will do amazing things, and I suspect that caring for animals in some way will be a big part of your life. I’ve enjoyed watching you grow up through the years, and I can’t wait to see what your future holds.
Love and blessings, Pat