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mid-week round-up

lady at beach

What are you up to, my loves? This past weekend Chet and I explored Coconut Grove. The temperature felt quite mild due to it’s proximity to the water but the humidity was still as gnarly and tropical as ever! Chet vlogged the whole adventure if you’d like to take a look HERE. Yesterday was a really productive day for me job-wise and I hope that work flow continues the rest of the week. I think this was due in large part to Chet fixing our internet which had been super spotty and annoying for the last week. Finally, we watched the movie Faults last night. Have you seen it? I love anything about cults so I was a huge fan. Have a great week, guys! And here’s a little reading material…

An adorable storage container cabin.

The secret to a perfectly fried egg.

What’s going on beyond the crop?

My gut reaction to refugees being housed on the grounds of former concentration camp, Dachau, was horror, but now I’m not sure. Thoughts?

Don’t waste it, plate it!

An unlikely debate round.

This historian couple loved the Victorian Era so much they decided to live in it.

The changes one middle school classroom has made since implementing Common Core.  Sounds awesome to me but I know Common Core has been quite divisive.

OMG. Wedding goals.

Jimmy Carter on the kiss cam (!) at a recent Braves game.

Is nursing a talent? HECK YES!

Why is reality TV experiencing a boom in blurred genitalia?

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Photo Diary: Wedding in Savannah, GA

Here’s a look back in pictures of my recent trip to Savannah, GA for my brother’s nuptials. The ceremony was so sweet and lovely in a small courtyard complete with blooming flowers and a gurgling fountain (plus a porch-swing!). I was honored to do a reading from Wendell Berry and my sister sang a Neutral Milk Hotel song. I loved hearing my brother and his new wife, Dawn, exchange vows. Such love! Savannah itself is absolutely gorgeous — all Spanish Moss and cobblestones under a mystic haze of Southern, coastal town humidity — and I highly recommend you give it a visit if you haven’t already.

Much like memories, which are more a feeling than a narrative, these photos are in no particular order. They simply showcase some of my favorite things about our trip!savannah 1

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Thank you to Chet and Katie for helping me capture these images

but mostly for being such good comrades in memory-making.