Bradi is beautiful and her hair isn’t the only thing that is golden. She’s got a heart that is generous, fun-loving and kind. I’ll share this story from a few years ago when our family met her which shows why she impressed me so much. Bradi had been paired up with one of my daughters, Jo, in their 4H group at the Benton County Fair to be the representatives of the group to keep their area clean and interact with the public (smile at the kids and all that!). After their shift was over, and I’m sure Bradi was the one to do the bulk of the work, she treated Jo to a snocone. A SNOCONE….one of the most incredible treats of all time! She stole my heart with her kindness to Jo.
A side note about this senior photo session: Bradi and her family chose to bring their horse to Beazell Forest just west of Philomath and Corvallis. They did homework on this, checking all over the website and looking over the grounds for any indication horses weren’t allowed. We met and went for a little walk with her horse and 30 minutes after getting there, the park official shows up to tell us that horses weren’t allowed. I’m so thankful we sneaked some photos in before he had to leave!