When I first visited Disney World with my extended family in 2014 I only did a few character meets. As my in-laws lined up to meet character after character sans-kids I looked on in bewilderment. Why would a grown adult spend that much time waiting to take a photo with a person dressed up in… Continue reading Tips for Great Character Meets
Greetings from Kathmandu! It’s been a great week. There was a lot of flying and there have been a lot of photos. But the best part has been the array of interactions with amazing people. Some are good friends, some are people I’ve been fortunate to meet in seemingly random circumstances. But they have all… Continue reading Hello from Kathmandu
The more traveling I do the more I realize that for me it’s less about the places and more about the people. It all started in Morocco, which I still consider one of my favorite trips. It was a visit filled with new friends and invitations to share mint tea and special meals in the… Continue reading All About the People
After hearing for months how funny it was, I finally got around to watching The Hangover tonight. Glad I did! Definitely laughed out loud more than once. In the theme of Vegas, I thought I’d share a few of the photos from my trip to Sin City for Autodesk University.
The first thoughts I had about entering into the blogging world were actually centered around cupcakes. I’ve somehow become a bit obsessed with cupcakes over the past year and a half or so. I try to find a cucakery in most places I visit and try their wares. Nashville was no different. My friend and I… Continue reading Gigi’s Cupcakes
I spent the week after Christmas with my friend Sara in Nashville. I was really looking forward to the break and getting the chance to spend time on more creative things. It ended up being just that. But we also got to take in some of the Nashville night life and attractions. I was really… Continue reading Good Times in Nashvegas
Here we are, 2010. It feels so strange. On one hand I’m so very glad to be rid of 2009, but somehow don’t exactly feel ready for 2010. But I’m trying to hold on to the hope that seems to spring from the start of a new year. The reminder of new mercies, new opportunities,… Continue reading New Year, Old Goal
I watched Julie & Julia last week with a group of my friends and left the theater feeling a bit inspired. When they are searching for “something to do”, for something to give them a sense of purpose, both Julie & Julia are asked by their husbands, “What do you like to do?” This is such… Continue reading Learning from Julia…and a couple of photographers