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traveling AROUND the world
sitting by the water
Laughing with my little boy
the husband, Josh ;)
an Alabama & Destination wedding photographer who ...
King of Puns
Wants to Bungee Jump
Bow Tie Wearer
Loves College Football
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Traveling is a passion of mine. Different cultures, lovely architecture, lofty mountains, and seaside villages call to me. And I must go.
Rivers, lakes, ponds, the ocean... I love it all. I don't know why I love the water so much, but it is definitely apart of me.
Josh exclusively wears bow ties. (Apparently, I once said that I liked them.) He is now known for his trendy bow tie fashion. And, I am more than okay with that!
Favorite food? Simple.
A Rosemary Parmesan wedge.
Because what good is life without cheese?
I've loved twirly skirts since I was a little girl. And now, I love twirly skirts with *pockets*. If I have a twirly skirt on, you are guaranteed to see some killer spin moves.
Josh and I were fortunate enough to honeymoon in Rome and Venice. Because we were married on December 27, we actually spent New Years watching fireworks at the Colosseum. And since that trip, we have a special tradition. On our anniversary each year, we have an Italian meal and reminisce about our trip.
We dream of going back. The stories that those cities told were magical!
Charleston is my FAVORITE U.S. city by far! And, the architecture is what sold me! Since I was born and raised in Alabama, Southern tradition holds a special place in my heart. And Charleston showcases tradition southern living and buildings.
Josh and I spent hours walking through the streets looking at all the gorgeous buildings. Check out my blog if you want to see some of our trip!
Josh and I spent 2 weeks driving through Spain. We started in Barcelona and drove down the Southern coast and then up through Sevilla, Toledo, and Madrid.
During our trip, we fell in love with the Spanish culture. Since we both took Spanish in High School, we somewhat knew what to expect. However, actually experiencing the sweet hospitality, beautiful architecture, and relaxed atmosphere, we were hooked. Annnd... we also ate our way through half of the country.
I have been to Hawaii about 4 different times. Each time, we go to different islands and do different things. The big island, Hawaii, is my favorite, and Maui is a close second.
From snorkeling with wild dolphins to hiking on an active volcano, Hawaii has never been a disappointment. The tropical and exotic atmosphere just makes you want to do fun (and crazy) things! I mean, how many places on earth can you hold seahorses, hike to green sand beaches, and wear insane amounts of sunscreen?
My family and I went to Ireland when I was in high school. We spent about a week visiting different parts of the country. It was all so gorgeous, but the Cliffs of Moher topped my list during that trip.
From the first day in Ireland, I was hooked. The rolling green hills, stone fences, breathtaking cliffs, and beautiful castles captivated my attention. I don't think I have ever seen fields so green since. I dream of going back one day (and visiting Scotland while I'm already nearby).
I have been to a few places similar to Alaska. Yellowstone, Yosemite, Canada... But none of those quite matched what I experienced in Alaska. It is also the farthest North I have ever been.
I don't have to tell you that Alaska is wild. But, friends, I didn't really understand it until I had been there. The mountains and lakes are gigantic. The animals (also gigantic) are cool with humans (aka: bears were just casually wandering down the street). It was a larger than life experience that I am thankful for!
Fun Story: When I was 4 months pregnant with Noah, my mom decided that we needed one final European excursion before our little guy arrived. So, we spontaneously went to Portugal.
We spent most of our time in Lisbon praying that the rain would stop, But, between rain showers, we definitely got to explore some of the city. It reminded me a lot of both Spain and Itlay!