My spouse and I just bought our first home together. YAY! We are grownups! Although it is very exciting, I must say most of time I felt like I was in the dark. More often than not, I would be in the car on our way home from a meeting with our realtor googling lingo … Continue reading First Time Home Buyer
A chapter in and I was hooked. Like Girl on a Train the suspense got to me. With each turn of the page, I was trying my best to piece the puzzle together and with every turn I ended up wrong. Paula Hawkins, really has a niche for creating character with such depth, but also … Continue reading 4 of 24 Book challenge: Into the Water
When I headed out to Jackson Hole, I stayed on the touristy side of town, went to the tourist shops and ate the tourist food. Let me tell you I don’t regret it at all. Sometimes being the tourist is the best. Not once was I let down by my experience, especially the food. Man … Continue reading Touristy Food Worth Eating In Jackson Hole
My whole life I have been told I am Irish. “Your skin is so pale, because you’re Irish. Your hair is so thick, because you’re Irish. You have so many freckles, because you are so Irish. You’re hair turn gray at 12. Well, that’s because you’re Irish.” Forever, I have heard the same thing over … Continue reading My Heritage
Moving in general is annoying difficult and just an unwanted stressor in life. Moving from a two bedroom, two bath apartment to my father’s basement, well… let’s just say, “stressor” doesn’t even come close to what I am feeling. Let me start by saying I love my father, but every human being has their flaws and … Continue reading Moving back home at 27
Now I am not a wedding photographer, but I have worked in the industry for some time. I run into these questions on a regular bases. For most couples this is their first time planning a wedding and boy, have things changed since their parents got hitched. These are just a few questions you might … Continue reading What to ask when choosing a Wedding Photographer?