kloaye kloaye

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KloΓ©  Painfully average looking with a great sense of humor and always down to get drunk. πŸ€™πŸΌ



We made it guys! Last day of high school and now we are off into the real world. Stay Classy South Lafourche, I hope to see you at graduation. πŸ’™ #seniorweek #classof2017

Four years at this school and they still can't spell my name right. Congratulations to all the seniors that got huge scholarships to wonderful universities and technical schools! A huge thank you to @loyola_nola for putting me in less student debt and blessing me with $152,000, I can't wait to join the Wolf Pack in the Fall πŸ’›

My last Prom was definitely one for the books. I had an amazing time with some amazing friends. Fun fact: I am wearing 4 inch heels and my friends are still taller than me. #southgoessouthern #prom2k17

It is Tony MF Guidry's Birthday today!!!!! πŸ€™πŸΌ

Had an amazing day volunteering at the CCC and met some pretty wonderful people. I'm thankful I get to have the opportunity to do events and give my time to help in any way I can. Thank you to all the volunteers that woke up at 5am to be here today. #blessed #cresentcityclassic

It's hard to believe that your entire body was in a uterus at one point.

Ever since we were kids, Alexis and I made a promise that we'd be the nannys of each others children. Thank you for keeping that promise and making me the godmother of Caroline Angela Martin. She will be just as beautiful as her mother and I can't wait to meet her May 9th.

Double the cuteness, double the chin. πŸ’›

Sending my thanks to the thousands of volunteers & Lafourche Gazette for featuring our work and dedication in keeping our Louisiana beautiful. I'm thankful that I was recognized out of the many other volunteers that took their Saturday off to help. Our community is small and unique but I'm proud to call this place home. πŸ’›βšœοΈ #keeplouisianabeautiful

Happy #internationalwomensday to my lovely mother. It takes a strong woman to raise four kids by herself and raise me into the stubborn woman I am today. It was her constant nagging that made me want to be the first woman in my whole family to attend college and have dreams bigger than this town. I'm waiting for the day I can make her proud with my accomplishments and tell her that this was all because of her and her faith in me. My identity rest solely and firmly on this: I am my mother's daughter. πŸ’›

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