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hello again (new blogsite)

It's been two years. I've taken up blogging again. New blogsite. It's less than perfect at this stage but I've discovered that waiting for perfection to come around is something I could be waiting around for all my life.
Sometimes you must take a leap of faith. This is one of mine. //


abbie || meet-up no. 2

“Friendship,said Christopher Robin, is a very comforting thing to have.”

Well here we are & here summer is, almost at the door. It's been a busy but still wonderful, amazing, & beautiful one. Blogging inspiration has been at an ultimate low lately & all I've really felt like doing is soaking up as much sunshine & as many summer memories as possible. I still can't believe time passed so quickly. It seems like only yesterday it was May & the flowers were just starting to bloom. I guess that's just another one of summer's traits, making time zoom by.

But summer is not quite gone just yet. We're heading to Florida early tomorrow morning & these last two wonderful weeks will be filled with ocean, waves, seashells & sand dollars, road trips, picture taking, ice cream, swimming, laughter, & family. All my very favourite things together. So much excitement!!

It seems like the best was left for last because, besides our Florida vacation, I also got to meet up with one of my favourite people ever last week! Abbie didn't think she could make it down south this summer, but she did & THIS happened. And I'm so, so, so happy it did because I had the best time! It was a day filled with Starbucks (Abbie's first time & she's a die-hard frappuccino fan now), window shopping, photoshoots, a visit to the theater (we saw Sea of Monsters), & of course, ice cream. In one word: AWESOME.

Well here's to family & friends & summer memories. Enjoy the last rays of summer & I will be back soon! :)


p.s. Abbie, we are SO doing this together next year. For real.


dana || senior session

“Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.”
Victor Hugo