Normally, my clients for Family Day/Graduation coverage are the parents of the Marine recruit in question, this time, for a pleasant change, Jesse's girlfriend, Mikaela, reached out to me as soon as he had shipped off for boot camp. We happened to be in a Facebook group for Marine SO's and that's how she found me. I teared up as she hugged him for the first time in 13 weeks. It reminded me of me when my husband graduated in 2015. I loved working with this family and this is why I do what I do. Congratulations to Jesse + the Putnam family! <3
Matthew's mother was quick to reach out and book me as soon as her son had shipped off for boot camp. With his fiance in tow, Matthew had all the support he needed and thensome, as he graduated from boot camp as a United States Marine. Congratulations Matthew + the Sheridan family! <3
Noah's mother had reached out to me last year when her son had shipped off to boot camp. Despite the family being seperated, Family Day at boot camp, followed by graduation, is one of the prime ways to bring both families together for one purpose. Congratulations to Noah + the Argentieri family! <3
Cameron's sister, Ashley, had reached out to me towards the end of last year for booking me for her brother's Graduation Day from boot camp as a surprise for their mother. Despite the day being really foggy, it was a beautiful day to be had. Congratulations to Cameron + the Melbert family!
After enjoying a couple of weeks off to wrap up 2017, I jumped headfirst into the 2018 graduation year covering Brayden's family day and graduation day events for his family. On top of this being my first graduation for the 2018 year, it was also the first time South Carolina actually saw some snow and ice that stuck to the ground and lasted more than a day. It made for a lovely, albeit slightly chilly, couple of days for the Crapo family. :)