A twist for this 🚥Season Senior Tribe member🚥…a letter from his mom…
I have been avoiding Kam and writing this letter for three seasons. Not because I couldn’t fill books telling you all of the ways I find you amazing, but because my natural inclination is to veer towards telling all of my favorite stories, instead – like how you didn’t have hair until you were 2.5 half years old (when we moved out of the fog into the sun) and everyone thought you were just this incredibly giant and articulate 8 month old. When you were little like that, I swore that the next person who told me to “cherish it because it goes fast” was going to get hit in the face with a frying pan. They may have been right about it going fast, but no one can say I haven’t cherished every bit of it. I’ve loved every stage whether it was Thomas the Tank Engine, swimming lessons, baseball .. all the balls .. guitar ..biking… countless adventures, etc.. – watching you soak it up with gusto has been a constant source of joy in my life. Your senior year was not what any of us imagined it would be, but seeing you not only face the adversity, but find opportunity within it, has been inspiring. While I will miss your brilliant, kind and hilarious face/heart/brain, I can’t wait to see what you do next. I know with certainty that no matter where you land, you will thrive. Go get em’, B!
…this was Byron’s last Season Senior Session. It was early for spring so we had a hard time finding “spring” per say. My yard had spring written all over it so that is where we started. All the blooms never get old.
Every season is beautiful and we are so lucky to have four seasons in Idaho.
Thank you, Byron! You were so great to work with all year! I have a senior this year too, but to be honest I feel like I have 15 seniors with all my Season Senior kiddos! I can’t wait to see where you blossom!! Keep working hard, keep having fun, and keep sharing your kind heart!