Hannah is graduating from High School and we are ready to celebrate this exciting time in her life together! I have known Hannah the past couple of years through my son’s daycare. She is a helping hand not only at her mother’s daycare, but Hannah is an active young leader in the community. If an opportunity to help others is presented, you can bet this young lady isn’t too far behind with her arms and mind open to whatever is needed to be done. I pray that there can only more young women like her, as she is a beautiful role model to not only children but also adults.
Along with Hannah’s involvement in her community she is active in various extracurricular activities in her school. When I found out she was just as big into FFA as I was in my glory days, I couldn’t help but let my inner FFA nerd come out. For those of you that don’t know, the FFA organization is compromised of young adults that want to further their leadership, potential career professional skills, or promote and learn more about agriculture. It is also a youth organization that is created and crafted by youth for youth. One of the events Hannah participated in was “Radio Broadcast”, a public speaking contest, where recent agricultural topics are discussed as if it were in radio setting. #heckyes #gaveJessicachills! We won’t go further into my horrible attempts of hash tags and my old glory days, but FFA Alumni, you know you nerd out even if it’s been at least 10 years since you have been in the FFA!
During our session we talked about fashion (okay Hannah talked more about fashion and I was taking notes!) laughed at me because I am a total nerd, and exciting milestones ahead such as her recent acceptance and scholarship to ABILENE CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY! Woo hoo!
Hannah, you are not only going to rock senior year but girlfriend, you are going places! Thank you for allowing me to be a part of this milestone. I can’t wait to see what’s in store for you dear.
#Model, I mean seriously!
Insert all the heart eyes from here to the end! Love this kid!
To the class of 2018 Cheers!