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The peace of a sunrise / thinking of those lost ❤️/💔
Beautiful San Francisco 🥰✨
By the 🌉
so windy and cold, but was amazing
golden state of mind
You won’t know what’s on the other side until you cross the bridge.
san francisco’s dreamy
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Thank you, next ❤ (Destination).
I truly can only think of jokes when I look at this set of photos. Maybe it’s because I probably did the unspeakable act on this hill, taking advantage of the swift bursts of wind to carry away unwanted smells? Maybe it’s because I have the heart and mind of a 12 y/o boy? Either way, it’s all that I can think about and now it’s all you can think about. Send tweet.
Things I learned on this trip: Wear sunscreen, there is such thing as a UV index of 12, coffee makes everything better, free showers are the best Things I already knew but were confirmed: Delia can sleep anywhere anytime and I’m jealous. That is all 👍🏻☀️
Girls trip was one for the books 💕
My family and I took an epic ten-day trip to California last week. It was spectacular. Truly. I cannot believe how fun it was and how well my kids did. And Dave. 🤣 Family travel can be hard on me and Dave so we both legit prayed about our attitudes and expectations before and during the trip, and we had a great time. YES LORD. In the next few days, I’ll record a video about the planning/organizing process, but I do have few takeaways I want to share here. 1. Unless trip planning is really fun for you, I recommend having a travel agent help. I get overwhelmed with trip planning, so I told my agent (who is also my friend) roughly where we wanted to go and she mapped out a route, researched and booked hotels, and looked after lots of other details for us. She even checked in with us while we were gone. Because we stayed in independent motels and lodges, she didn’t make a commission on booking us, so I just paid her a flat trip-planning fee. Worthy of every dollar. 2. We packed five backpacks, no suitcases. Each person carried one (Gigi’s had wheels) and I had a small cross bag in addition to my backpack. No checked bags. No overwhelming amount of stuff to manage. I did laundry several times but it was pretty seamless, not a hardship really. 3. We mailed home a few souvenirs and rocks we collected (remember, geologist husband has raised his children in this way) in a flat rate ($15) priority box. Shipping to/from California is normally very expensive but the flat rate meant we could affordably send home the heavy stuff and not break our backs by hauling them around. #travel #nationalparks #organization