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Leigha and Alex


Its kind of crazy the way I have been able to get to know Leigha. I first met her when I hopped on a plane to audition for my adventures at Disney and we instantly clicked… and by that I mean I let her borrow my phone charger. Ha! Leigha and I talked our nerves out through the whole audition process and spent our time together goofing around and enjoying the whole experience. Towards the end of the audition, we got separated and I never got a hold of Leigha’s information. Little did I know, I would see her sooner than I thought. Fast forward a few months, I was getting ready at work, putting on my makeup, and I heard a door open. Naturally, I looked to see who was walking in and it was LEIGHA! Can you believe it?! Crazy how small this world really is. About 2 weeks ago, Leigha and I ventured out to take some head shots. Her boyfriend, Alex came along and ended up hoping in for a few photos too!

Here’s a few of my favorite images!


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About three weeks back, a very handsome boy flew down here to Orlando for a visit and well, I was just about the happiest girl. Thinking back to our week, I remember our trip to Cocoa beach, exploring Downtown Disney, all of the meals that we attempted to cook, getting caught in an intense storm, the large amount of ice cream we consumed and our adventures in general but beyond that, I don’t remember much. I came across a quote the other day that read, “we were together and I forget the rest,” and that pretty much sums it up. My favorite memory from the week was our visit to the cute little food trucks in downtown Kissimmee. Tyler ordered arancini and I got chicken dumplings with a bed of edamame. We had both been picking from each dish and then I noticed Ty spitting in the grass and almost gagging. Turns out, no one had ever shown him how to eat edamame from the pod and he had been not only chewing on the outer shell, but the empty ones I had already “slobbered on” and piled up. Obviously one of us thought this was way more funny than the other.

Thanks for letting me share a little bit of my new home with you, Ty. Here us a quick snip of Tyler’s visit to Orlando!



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