I love how these plants were sort of un-perfect but still so gorgeous.
Keb and Joshua arm wrestling at a Wendy's.
Laura and Mandy.
We stayed in a hotel on a trip and the comforters were orange and I had a striped purse and I ate fruit loops with orange juice for breakfast and it was awesome. =)
Miss Emily (Below) and I stayed up way too late being silly. Laura started talking in her sleep, apparently she was having a rather frustrating dream in which she couldn't figure out someone's name. "Tell me your name! What is your name? Just tell me?" She kept saying this over and over, all mumbly, and Emily and I were saying things like, "I'm The Oreo Queen!" But of course, she never answered. Folks, sisters are the best fun in the world. <3
We went to Seneca Rocks for the second time and it was sweaty and steep and the view from the lookout was glorious. When we got back down we had ice cream.
Disclaimer: Laura did not eat all of the above sandwich. It was shared with multiple siblings, myself included. ;)
We went to the NGJ shindig and it was a good long drive from West Virginia to North Carolina, Laura and I were back seat buddies for the first part. Ain't she cute?
Above is my dad, a very important person. <3
My baby cousin is getting even more adorable and cuddly as he grows.
My parents like each other. It's nice. =)
Photography is often about finding the beauty in the un-beautiful. But everyday life is like that too. You can see it when somebody has rainbow polka dot barn boots and somebody else hung a little 'Life is Lovely' sign in the middle of a jumble of water pipes in the laundry room.
Sometimes life is just what you make it and one day recently I decided to make it a tea-party-in-the-yard-drinking-koolaid-out-of-silver-teapots-and-china-teacups-with-the-little-girls-kind of day.
A happy childhood is one in which kool-aid mustaches exist. ;)
Laura and Katie.
Happy Autumn, everybody.