day two of our week-long disney world party continued at the amazing world of epcot – a place of imagination, science, techology, and international flair. and let me tell you, we soaked it all in. every single stink in’ bit. it was a beautiful day to explore, ride rides, and visit all the countries, but when the sun went down it turned windy & cooooold, so we enjoyed a three course dinner in paris (hee hee) at a fabulous french restaurant and watched the fireworks from there. well, just check it all out!
helloooo, friends! we’re on a plane headed somewhere… for a week-long vacation! woo hoo! that’s right it’s travel time – our first trip of 2014! but, it’s also the beginning of our 70 years celebration. the first in a long line of celebrations and living life all throughout the year. what are we celebrating, you ask? well, this year my love turns 30 (in may) and i turn 40 (in september)! (hence, the 70 years thing). so, since we have two big birthdays coming up, we decided that we’d give ourselves this trip as a birthday present to us to start the year off right. sooooo exciting.
but, i guess you’ll have to wait to see where we end up. hehe.
peace & love.
there has been some serious sensory overload during the past week. from a 9 hour road trip in pouring rain to family to super amounts of yummy food to holiday fun to christmas tree hunting adventures, it’s more than i can write about in one blog post. so, i’m not going to write much at all. in fact, i can’t really put it into words. so, instead, i’m gonna share my sensory overload only through my photos – a lot of photos. you’ll get it when you see all the amazing-ness that i have been blessed to enjoy over the past few days. ready?!
thanksgiving at the beach
hoping that your days have been filled with happiness and peace. and if they haven’t, then i send peace and love to you… and i challenge us all, no matter what, to seek to find something to be grateful for. because this world, even as dark and messed up and corrupt and harsh that it is, is also filled with tiny snippets of joy and beauty. it may only been seen in a little flower for one short moment, but it is there. and i wish a lifetime of beautiful moments for you…