My father and I listen to the same Pandora station.
We guesstimate prices of things.
We could eat licorice and nuts every day and all day.
I want to share some of the things that have touched my heart over the years. This could be blogs, videos, memes, GIF’s, you name it. Let’s start out with my best friend Matt.
Matt and I took so many photos together at the Movember Mustache Party they deserved their own blog. I love this guy. He’s one of my best friends. Matt and Karli were best friends in high school. The first time I met him he came over to our house to hang out with Karli, Karli left the room for a second, I instantly started chatting to this guy standing in my living room, carrying board games. He had the coolest cardigan and shoes on. I’m pretty sure he had no idea what to even say back, but I knew from the moment I saw him we would be best friends for life.
Hey Hey Hey Hey,
Part I of the Movember Mustache Party can be found here.
This is the Part II series. Thank you all who came out to support us. Happy scrolling:
In November we had our annual Movember Mustache Party 2013. We aren’t these gals who just love mustaches, but we are gals who love men and we want the men in our lives and in your lives to take care of their health. For more information check out Movember.com.
Because we blog to talk about ourselves and the cool people in our lives.
// I don’t get macaroons, maybe I’ve never had them. But what about those healthy coconut cookies? Aren’t those macaroons? But what about those cutsie cookies bloggers make in which they call macaroons?
// Tea is my favorite
// A clean home is a happy home
I don’t know how much you really know about me. But I am a film guru, meaning I studied film in my undergrad and I work with media now. When I graduated I needed to give myself things to do. Grown-up homework I would say. I started this blog, I started doing wedding videography, I took photos for other people, I did projects for other people. Over the past few months I have learned I didn’t do those things for me, yes I wanted to get better at my camerawork, but I didn’t have time to truly do what I’m passionate about. And most importantly I didn’t take time to take care of myself.
By now you guys have my “adventures” memorized. This summer I didn’t sleep in a tent, this fall I did. That’s right, but that wasn’t even the most adventurous thing I did on this “campout”. You guys I went canyoneering (canyoning).
That’s Bob and me. You don’t see us? Look again.
We hiked the Y and it was steep and beautiful and busy.
Remember this list? How can you forget, right? Don’t worry, I didn’t work all summer. I got my fishin’ license y’all. Now, now fishin ain’t just for the south, it’s for the mid-west too. I have very fond memories of … Continue reading