15 PHOTOS THAT CHARACTERIZE 2015

  1. January
    The month Mark started coming to church, and this power squad was formed.
  2. February, pt. 1
    This was the year of leading worship.
  3. February, pt. 2
    Avory and I protested to doing DECA for the longest time, but ended up loving it and making it to the state competition.
  4. March
    My first trip to Nashville, and the week I visited the 3 colleges that are now my top 3 choices to attend next year.
  5. April
    The last school dance of many that I would be able to attend with Coleman. Still the best date I've had to one!
  6. May
    The season of presidencies, May was a happy time. All the stress I put myself through junior year paid off when I was elected into several leadership positions. October me will tell you that those only caused more stress, but May me doesn't know that yet.
  7. June
    I started my internship in the Hatch with some of the most interesting people you will ever meet. This outfit thing happened entirely on accident.
  8. July, pt. 1
    The time "guys, let's take a cute intern picture with me laying across and y'all holding me" turned into them plotting to drop me all at once. It hurt, but it made for a great canon of photos.
  9. July, pt. 2
    My first coffee house gig with the people I spent all day every day with, right before Alyssa left.
  10. August
    Judging by the way you all shunned me for hanging out with them, I'm sure we can all agree that this photo accurately characterizes the month of August.
  11. September
    The peak of my friendship with Eric. He was my partner in crime, my fellow "most spirited," and my homecoming date.
  12. October, pt. 1
    One of the best and most memorable concerts I've ever been to, Mutemath. I was definitely the youngest person there.
  13. October, pt. 2
    NASHVILLE with my two best guys and their all too friendly suitemate that thought it was appropriate to put his arm around me in entirely unprovoked situations...
  14. November
    *in San Francisco*
  15. December
    I still can't believe that I will be able to tell my children that I went to a Star Wars premiere. Thanks, Abrams, for making this possible.