There’s something magic about the light in the fall. We love the softer light from the sun and the beautiful orange hues at sunset! There’s another light we experienced this autumn too: 2014 Alexander High School spokesmodel Madison Peeples! Madison really is a light to be around – always cracking up, smiling, and talking to us about something fun. One of the fun things Madison mentioned during her senior shoot was how much she would love to be photographed with a horse. What? Okay, that’s an awesome idea, Madison- but it’s kind of difficult to find a horse the day OF a shoot, during a shoot. Ha ha. Here’s the thing: Madison is brilliant and was surely aware of the somewhat far-fetched nature of the idea, and she was probably half-joking when she said, “it would be so cool if we could shoot with a horse today.” That being said, Madison is also very positive, so half of her idea most likely came from a hopeful and confident thought process. Why couldn’t we shoot with a horse? No joke, her knight in shining armor arrived at sunset with- what else?- a horse. Okay, the knight part is a joke- but let’s just say that Madison’s positivity and hopefulness paid off! Madison, thank you for an awesome year of dancing, smiles, laughter, autumn light, and “horse”play. 😉 Continue reading to hear what Madison has to say about all the laughter and fun during her senior year!
Favorite senior year memory so far:
All of the senior week activities and being to hang out with my friends during them
Fav song, quote, or verse this year:
“He replied, ‘Because you have so little faith. Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.’ ”- Matthew 17:20
Plans for next year:
I am attending Furman University and plan to major in something science-related. Also while in college I plan to study abroad.
What you hope your classmates will remember most about you:
I want to be remembered as a fun, Christian girl who likes to have fun with friends!
Advice for the class of 2015:
Keep your faith because high school can be a brutally scary place. Oh and make sure you study!
Anything your classmates would be surprised to learn about you:
I traveled to Nicaragua the summer of 2012 and 2013 on mission and loved every single second of it!
How do you want to help change the world?
I plan to continue to keep traveling on mission, whether it be to Nicaragua or somewhere else, and keep spreading the Word.