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The Baby Shower Of A Lifetime

I have been to a few baby showers in my life time but none like this before! This was thee most fun baby shower in the world; full of fun surprises and delicious food. 194 more words


It’s all done!! Wouldn’t that be amazing?! While the whole project is still a ways off from complete, demo is done and I learned a few things about the trailer and myself… 1. 340 more words

O, Rats...

As in nests, skeletal remains, and droppings galore. Yes. Gross won’t really cover all of what was happening in there but I’ll just skip those fun facts and dive into other less what-nightmares-are-made-of details about demo day! 480 more words

It followed me home...

This blog has been a fun way for us to keep in touch with family and friends on our journey of home remodels and projects around the house as well as share a photo or two of the kids who in my humble opinion, are really the two cutest things on the planet. 542 more words

Bridal Shoot at Toro Canyon

My good friend Sandra is a very beautiful, intelligent woman who has great strength of character.
Her wedding day did not allow for all the time I wanted to interpret and capture her contemplative spirit, so this separate bride-only shoot was arranged. 113 more words


Trail Quest: Carpinteria Tar Pits

Hiked the Coastal Vista Trail from the Carpinteria Bluffs Preserve to Linden Ave. The trail leads through Tar Pits Park where one can visit an active tar seep, as well as Carpinteria State Park, near where the Chumash Village Mishopshno was located. 47 more words

Trail Reports

Days 12, 13, 14 - Santa Barbara, Ventura to Leo Carrillo SP

Riding from Santa Barbara’s suburb of Goleta was actually pleasant even though I had some morning traffic to deal with. But I wasn’t in a hurry and there were nice bike lanes to ride on out of the city with clear skies and bright sunshine. 753 more words