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Monday, May 5, 2014


Remember how I couldn't figure out what to do with my hair?

Well, eventually I did! I ended up choosing option one, the scallop braid, and wore it all through the night to my senior prom!

Oh, it was so much fun! We all got ready at my friend Lauren's house (aka the blonde bombshell in that killer red gown), then headed downtown to take some pictures! Chattanooga has some gorgeous downtown scenery, and it made for the perfect backdrop for our pictures.

After our big "photoshoot," we headed over to my house for dinner. It was stressful setting up for everything, but it all paid off in the end when I could tell how much everyone enjoyed the food, the company, and everything else with that.

Oh! And we even had julep cups! Saturday was the Kentucky Derby, so we busted out the monogrammed julep cups that our family has, and used them for everybody's drinks!

Finally, we headed off to the actual dance part of prom. Let me just say that John looked so handsome in his tux! I seriously want him to wear that all the time. I'm a sucker for a bow tie and a cummerbund #sorrynotsorry.

To be honest, I can't believe my senior prom has come and gone. It feels so weird to know that I have less than two weeks of high school left, and then the next chapter of my life will start. The whole night seems like a blur because I just can't feel like this major milestone moment is gone. Maybe it's because I know that I'll be too sentimental if I really let myself feel all of the emotions that come with this part of life, or maybe I'll just be so heartbroken and happy at the same time that I won't know how to handle myself.

Regardless of whatever feelings I can't figure out about senior prom, I do know this for a fact - I am going to miss these people more than anything in the world.

xx, Victoria
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