For the 4th year in a row, I am excited to dedicate this week’s blog posts to all that I am thankful for. There is so much good in this world and taking a few days to recognize + share with all of you, feels so right. I hope you take a few moments to think about the grand… and even sometimes very small moments of gratitude that surround your everyday. With thanksgiving only a few days away, I of course get a bit sentimental. My conscious + subconscious self cannot help but flood my brain with memories from holidays prior and the moments I am looking forward to in the coming weeks.
my husband. I don’t know a single person who has affected my life so much. The life we’ve created together is what dreams are made of + so much of that is due to his dedication, hard work, selflessness + unconditional love. Then I think about the amazing father he is + I fall more in love everyday. I don’t even have the words to begin to say how thankful I am for this man, my love.
cohen dean. Everyday over the past 14 1/2 months have been a blessing because of my son. He has 100% changed my world and I could not be more grateful. His health, curiosity, happy-demeanor, humor, love for books and his beautiful dark brown eyes are more than I could have ever imagined.
rocco. my little fur-baby who loves to cuddle, chase squirrels, play fetch, go on walks + sleep under the covers is truly a member of our family. He happily greets us every day walking into the door as excited as he did 5 years ago when we brought him home.
snail mail. nothing makes me happier than opening the mail and finding a personalized card. This lost-art takes intention, planning, sentiment + love. I hope people appreciate when they receive one, just as much as the creator did when penning-it-out and dropping into the mailbox.
photography. capturing a moment in time though the eye of a camera lens is my favorite way to freeze time + document my life. I love that I can look back on all the big moments + the silly little ones and immediately transport me back to that moment. Photography is a way to bring the past to life and I will always be grateful for every moment I can capture.