Saturday, February 21, 2009

It’s a bittersweet goodbye, but I’m not gonna cry...

Friday night, football games,
First loves and first heartbreaks,
It didnt matter who won or lost,
Only how we played,
Memories as good as gold,
Tearin' up those mountain roads,
racin' out 53, to old georgetown,
sure we made a little trouble,
but learned from every mistake,
so theres no regret,
we've done the best we could...

So, tonight i was talking to Bethany(sophiemac photography)
about my senior pictures. It's crazy to think i'm gonna
be a senior next year! High School has been a whirlwind
of adventures but i've loved every minute of it.

Bethany is really good, and i'm sure theres a bunch of
you that are still deciding on someone to do your
senior pictures. You should definitely check bethany's
out! You won't regret it, I PROMISE!

here's the link to her website:


1 comment:

  1. To Whom It May Concern:

    You are invited to be a part of a prom and bridal fashion show and expo. This event benefits Relay for Life. If you aren’t familiar with this cause please take a moment to find out more information.

    First Volunteer Bank in Jacksboro will hold a fashion show and expo with a prom and bridal theme on March 7th. The expo will begin two hours before the show in the gym of Caryville Elementary School.

    Vendors will be provided with a table, two chairs and two free tickets to the fashion show. Please let me know in advance if you will need electricity. Booth fee is $25 which will go straight to Relay for Life. If you sell anything at the show that money is yours to keep.

    Vendors can include but are not limited to hair stylists, caterers, nail techs, photographers, videographers, jewelers, make-up artists, florists, accessories, dry cleaners, etc…..

    We also need dresses for the fashion show. Anyone who donates a dress for the show will get to keep half of the proceeds with the other half going to Relay for Life. If your dress does not sell it will be returned to you. Dresses can be dropped off at First Volunteer Bank in Jacksboro, or call me and I can pick it up.

    We have all been affected by cancer in some way or another. Let’s all get together and raise not only money, but awareness!

    If you have any comments or questions let me know.

    Tiffany Crutchfield

    First Volunteer Bank