One of my best friends in the entire world is my photographer, Samantha Medlin.
Whenever I'm with Sam I feel as if the world is a little bit brighter and ready for anything we throw at it. Sam makes me feel like the brightest sunset. I feel as if God put her in my life to open up a part of confidence and adventure that has been tucked away for a very long time.
For the last seventeen years of my life, I have grown up looking at the same picture in a scrapbook. It's a picture of my dad and grandfather, and they ran the Peachtree Road Race together. For years and years, I would look at that picture and smile and say, "one day I'm gonna do that."
Well this past summer, I ran my very first 5k. It's a small stepping stone to the Peachtree that I am hoping to run next year.
I never ever thought in a million years I would be the girl standing IN FRONT of the camera instead of behind it. That was my reality until I met Samantha on March 19, 2017.
"Right there in Atlanta traffic the dating game was changed forever."
This blog post was created & written by Ally from ALittleLightBlog
It’s Spring Break 2017!!! CAN I PLEASE GET A HECK YEAH?!?!
No, seriously. I have been waiting for Spring Break for literally months, and I am so happy that it is finally here. Technically, it isn’t even REAL Spring Break yet, I’m only on the weekend.
Speaking of weekend — let me just spill for a second and tell you about my weekend so far. It’s been so so so great. I’ve seen my friends almost every day, spent time with my family, and ate a lot of really, really, really, good ice cream… I don’t know, maybe it just was the people accompanying me
Saturday was really great, and that is what this blog post is about. Since I live in little ol’ Bethlehem, I never usually make it to the Big City (and by big I mean Atlanta haha)… BUT this weekend I did. A sweet gal pal of mine, Ally (ALittleLightBlog) and I loaded up the car with tunes + my camera and hit the road in search for the perfect adventure…
AND BOY OH BOY. WE SURE DID FIND IT.
PONCE. CITY. MARKET.
About the Author.
Brittany Merrill is an eighteen year old senior who lives by the quote, "Life isn't perfect, but your outfit can be." She is passionate about Jesus, setting new trends, and french fries.