We were SO fortunate with timing, since he came less than a week after this photoshoot! Mackenzie and Nate were so much fun to play around with. They met at a local bar called Cowboys, which includes a lot of line dancing. They are both incredible dancers and had a natural grace and ease when posing for pictures. You can also see how in love they are with each other and this baby!
Date Archives July 2020
Adventure is Out There
One thing I told Adam a few weeks ago was that I never wanted to feel like we’re sitting there, waiting for life to happen to us. I want to seek out life and the things that make us happy. That includes finding things to love, even when in quarantine.
Honeymoon Day 4: Part 1 – The Magic Kingdom
Be Our Guest is infamous for selling out almost as soon as the reservations become available, and we barely managed to scrape a breakfast reservation during our trip… We tried the Grey Stuff. Was it delicious?
Honeymoon Day 3: Hollywood Studios
…We were able to appreciate the park for what was there and the potential we could see coming with Galaxy’s Edge. There wasn’t a WOW moment, like when we entered Animal Kingdom, but it was a worth-while visit and we look forward to seeing how the park grows throughout our lifetimes.
That One Time We Dragged a Rock Around Disney World
This story starts several months before our trip to Disney World. Our beautiful city of Colorado Springs was particularly taken with the trend of rock painting in the summer of 2018. Adam and I loved finding these painted rocks along our bike route and re-hiding them for other people to find. Also along our bike route was a super cute “fairy door” in a neighbor’s front yard – a place where you could take a rock if you left a rock. One day, we switched out a sunset rock for a Minnie Mouse rock. It was pretty adorable, painted by someone we clearly had a lot in common with.
Honeymoon Day 2: Animal Kingdom
There is a different kind of magic to Animal Kingdom. Even though it has been carefully manufactured by man, it does make you feel like you are in nature. The textures of the many different types of trees, the sounds pumped through the speakers, even the amount of space between attractions, it makes you feel fully immersed in this land.