I have always kept my personal blog separate from this blog. My personal blog is full of incredibly boring (not to me) details about my beautiful 2-year-old daughter and the adventures we take with her. I do take a lot of pictures on these adventures and during everyday living. At the suggestion of my friend Amanda Pair (talented photographer and award winning blogger) I am going to attempt to integrate some personal photos, and maybe even verbal details, on this blog. Don’t unsubscribe (in fact, please SUBSCRIBE!) It won’t saturate the blog, just occasionally season it.
So, here I go…
We went to the beach for Spring Break this year. We’ve been going to Seagrove Beach, FL since I was 7-years-old. It’s an effortless, calming respite in my busy-busy-can’t-say-no life. Even if the weather is cold or rainy, it’s still a much welcomed break from reality. Here are some colorful moments of our trip.
One evening we headed to Seaside for dinner and people watching.
The food was actually rather disappointing (don’t worry, my snow cone with cream was FAB for dessert) but this image still makes me hungry. And yes, I like salt. A lot.
Our friends Heather and James came with us, and this was NOT posed. Aren’t they cute?
He wants attention which wasn’t in due time or was in small quantity levitra coupons all cried. It is possible to arrive and think of that that levitra coupon is your chance of normal life in our garden.