No, my title is not a typo. I am very aware that it is now the end of August and, eek, time to start preparing for fall. Before I get too distracted by pumpkin everything, I want to share my July adventures with you. Every year, this month seems to be the busiest for me. First, its the 4th, then our family reunion, followed by about a million birthday; so now that my adventures have slowed down a bit, I finally feel like I have to time to share it all with you.
Going into July I was incredible torn. I was debating on whether I should get another, more serious job, or spend two weeks in Colorado (A race was cancelled and Ian was able to come home for a few extra weeks. You can read all about my struggles here.) On the eve of my final decision my dad called and wanted me to go and visit him in Georgia. The prospect of being able to enjoy one of the best summer months, allowed me to justify putting the job search on hold.
So I packed my bags and hoped on a plane 1 of 4 (minus two 16 hour car rides), the next morning.
Rather than write a really wordy recount of my adventure I’ve decided it would be best done through pictures. So here a short photo journal of romping around the East coast with my dad. *Please forgive the picture quality/editing. My iPhone 5c isn’t the best and my computer is on it’s last leg so all my editing tools have to be done via mobile device. Ugh. If anyone wants to donate a Mac, I know a girl who is looking 😉
I hope you guys enjoyed my first photo journal. I will probably be doing a bunch more of these because it’s easier to give you all a clear timeline and pictures really can make or break it for me. Stay tuned for my next post when I tell you all about how one flight cancelation lead to some really awesome adventures.