I was going to try and write something clever and witty here about how I’ve gotten behind on editing lately because I’ve been driving to surrounding towns to try the ice cream at all the local shops, but that’s not really anything new. So, yeah. Anywho, who doesn’t have a childhood memory of playing with sparklers on the fourth of July?
Aaaaand we’re back! It wouldn’t be a proper vacation without a long road trip (18 hours to be precise, and that’s one way!), momma’s cookin, friends, church, babies and more babies. I saw more babies on this single trip than I have in my entire adult life. Maybe I exaggerate.
Meet baby Joshua – he is James’ adored nephew. I’m always amazed at how much babies’ looks change so often and so quickly. Here he is at just under a month old.
Today marked my last day of work in Atlanta; actually, my last day of work in GEORGIA. I was giddy, sad, anxious and at peace. There were tears, laughs and lots of hugs. The top level of my building’s parking deck has a great view of Atlantic Station, midtown and downtown, so I wanted to capture a few shots of the beautiful city I’ve called home for many years. I just regret not spending more time up there.
It’s an incredibly strange and foreign feeling … this not working thing because I have pretty much been working since I was 15 years old. Retail, wholesale, restaurants, libraries, private tutoring, newspapers, private companies, public companies, state agencies … I think I’ve got it all covered. I’m looking forward to my next season of exploring various options and possibly school. Ohhh. Totes excited, jyessss.