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Michael - Bellbrook High School Senior

It is so nice to meet high school seniors who have direction and focus.  Michael is one of those Seniors.  He is graduating this spring, and headed to The University of Kentucky (go Wildcats!).  He is planning to go into the Army ROTC.  Though I know it makes his mom nervous, I am excited that there are people who want to commit themselves to serving our country.

Michael, his mom, and I were able to coordinate our schedules for when I was back in Ohio the last time--and wouldn't you know, it was the coldest day in Ohio to date.  Thankfully, the rain held off for our session, and we were able to get into the grungy parts of downtown Dayton that make for such awesome pictures.  Michael, thank you for putting up with the pictures thing for your mom.  Hopefully it wasn't too bad. :)

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