Meet Natalie-A class of 2018 Spooner High School Senior
Meet Natalie-a senior at Spooner High School. Natalie is truly an easy-going fun loving warm and wonderful young woman.
At school, she is part of student council, student leadership, partnership physical education, track and field, cross country, and she tutors kids in Spanish.
She hopes to attend college in North Carolina and major in Education and minor in Spanish. Outside of school Natalie describes her dreams and ambitions as the following-
” I want to be the best human being that I can be. I want to be who God has called me to be, whoever that is because I’m still trying to figure that out, so on the journey towards being the best me, I want to always be questioning and learning about God and everything He created, I want to have eyes that see the best in people no matter what, and I want to be able to look back at myself and be proud of who I am. Those three things are probably the most important goals/dreams that I have for myself right now.”
She loves meeting new people, and enjoys being creative. She enjoys speaking to her school regarding specific topics like social media, cyber bullying and drug and alcohol abuse. Natalie would say she is shy at first, but then once she warms up, she is extremely outgoing and carefree.
She describes true beauty as the following-“I think true beauty is a beautiful heart. It’s so easy to have a beautiful face or a beautiful body, but it’s a million times harder to have a beautiful heart and mind. It’s not how you look; it’s how you treat others, how you act when no one is looking, and the way you react when faced with a difficult decision. Beauty is patience, kindness, selflessness, friendliness, and loveliness. Beauty is different for everybody and it’s not a one size fits all thing, and we’re all beautiful in our own ways.”
I have enjoyed getting to know her so very much…..I never know exactly what she is thinking and I LOVE that about her-always FULL of suprises.
Here are just a few of her amazing senior portraits-I hope you enjoy every moment of your senior year Natalie….you deserve it!