Day four of our 2007 Japan trip was another that was packed with lots of walking, walking, walking. We went to Nara, Ginkaku-ji, Kiyomizu-dera, and Gion, all in one day. Just thinking about it a decade later makes me tired! Nara Lunch! Ginkakuji Kiyomizudera Gion
I have The Captain to thank for sparking my love of photography, which persists today. I might have discovered it eventually, but it is extra-special that it is one of the things that we share. We got engaged in February of 2006, and he bought me an early wedding gift in May of that year:… Read More My first DSLR
We don’t have many photos from this daytrip, and I think it is because we only brought the Canon, and shared, rather than each of us having our own camera, as we usually did. The photos really aren’t fantastic, but I want to include them in our story for a few reasons. For one, I… Read More 2005: Crowder’s Mountain State Park
Being young, with minimal responsibilities outside of work, and having disposable income…that was fun. We stocked up on a bunch of camping gear in 2005, which we still have today. Our first camping trip was to Hanging Rock State Park in Danbury, NC. Before we field-tested the gear, we set up camp in our apartment.… Read More 2005: Hanging Rock State Park
The Captain’s family has a condo in Surfside Beach, and when we lived in South Carolina, we were fortunate enough to visit a few times a year. This was my first trip to the beach, and we actually didn’t go to the water at all! We spent our time doing touristy things, like Ripley’s Aquarium,… Read More 2005: Surfside Beach, July
Part One of the 2005 photo roundup.… Read More 2005: Early
Selfies, a decade before they were a thing.… Read More 2004: Mostly Selfies
My husband just educated an expecting couple about babywearing in Target, after they asked him about the BabyHawk.
I just overheard my 40-year old husband very matter-of-factly tell all the kids, “Listen, I’M playing with this”. Biggest kid in the house right now.