Wednesday, August 31, 2011


And we're back. Whew. Traveling is wonderful, but it sure feels good to be home and settled.
I have so many photos to post from our travels. It will be hard to pick and choose. These are from the Cassia County Fair. A storm was creeping in, making the clouds just as pretty as ever.

Monday, August 15, 2011


Back from vacation and on to Idaho for another reunion with Cree's side of the family.
This week has been full of nature. I breathing in all that fresh air.

PS. Thanks Melanie for the opportunity to do a guest post! I'm quite the fan of her blog.

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Jones at Beach 2

We made it safely home from DC this past weekend, but then packed up the car again to meet my family for a week in Sleeping Bear Dunes. This is one of my favorite places on earth, so it's especially wonderful to be here with some of our favorite people.

Photograph by My Mama

Friday, August 5, 2011

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Goodbye's are never easy. We said goodbye to Andrew + Carissa last night. Cree and I will be forever grateful we became friends.
Can't wait for October you two!

Thursday, August 4, 2011

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I'm sure it looks like all we ever do it eat...and it's kind of true. Naomi suggested we try 2AMYS...she said it was the best pizza in the city. We were glad we went...the atmosphere was delightful and it's nestled in a very quaint part of town.
Oh how I love to explore.

Wednesday, August 3, 2011


Today is my last day at Simplesong. As you can guess, I'm pretty bummed about it. I've loved getting to work so closely with Suann and Lauren this summer. Christine started this week, and I'm glad our paths were able to cross at least a couple days. It's been an absolute delight. I'm a pretty lucky gal.

Monday, August 1, 2011

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After last Friday, I've decided we need to play "hooky" more often. We had way too much fun.
Lunch at Brabo Tasting Room, ice cream and then coffee house jazz with friends.

It's our last week in DC. Needless to say, we're both pretty melancholy about it.