Today we are so EXCITED to have our friends visiting! They Braved the snow and ice to come hang with us this President's weekend! We met this family on our first tour in Korea! Boy 2 and Frankie (the boy standing next to him) were the best of friends when we lived next door to each other! Yea for friends!
One of my favorite things about being a military spouse (there are so many!) is that when you move to a new place it is not hard to carry on traditions - I live in a world where most people are in the same boat; they are new too. So when you throw something out there, people are eager to show up (even when they have to show up with 4 dozen homemade cookies)!
Today I hosted my 2nd annual Valentine's Cookie Exchange.
A great excuse to eat, drink & be merry with new friends!
The cookies were all amazing but my favorite was the Baklava!
Friends are connected heart to heart.
Distance and time can't break them apart.
Boston has been hit hard this winter and us being there didn't slow the snow down at all - Sunday morning we woke to about 6 inches of newly fallen snow! Boston is a true winter wonderland, however I'm not sure the locals would agree! Kristin and I had so much fun playing in the snow, that is until we couldn't feel our fingers. We left our mark by leaving snow angels all over Boston - a much different mark than we would have left 'back in the day'!
I am blessed beyond measure to have this amazing lady in my life.
Here I go again! Last year I learn SO much about photography while doing the 365, but there is so much more to learn! My ultimate goal was to learn to shoot in manual mode in which I succeeded. However I know I need to fine tune many, many aspects of my photography.