Kobe Bryant, his 13 yo daughter, and 7 more people died in a helicopter crash a year ago.
Most of the time, death is so... unexpected...
It creeps up on you.
It's true: we are touched by death every single day and life, indeed, does go on, but every time you experience loss, it moves you to your core.
Kobe was not only an incredible basketball legend (I knew about him so that shows how legendary he was cause I am NOT a sports person) but he was also a very inspiring entrepreneur. He believed in outworking your potential and being driven.
And now he is gone, in the prime of his life.
And his 13-year-old daughter Gianna is gone, even before starting living.
It makes you wonder.
Life is fleeting.
In Brendon Buchard's words, in the end, you wonder:
"Did I live? Did I love? Did I matter?"
Live a life worth living and a life worth remembering.
Hug your loved ones every time you can. Hard. And tell them you love them.
You never know when's the last time you are gonna see them.
The clock is always ticking.
When Kobe and Gianna died, it moved me and I hosted a #giveaway to document memories.
The winners were Linett and Orlando Arrom.
But Life happened, and Covid happened, so it took a little longer than expected to have our portrait session, but it's never too late.
I couldn't be happier with the results.
Trust me: it is NEVER too late to make magic and document memories.
Do you want proof?
Family sessions are absolutely priceless.
And if you want to remember Kobe, RIP, check this link