Hello Again


Guys!!! I am so behind in my pic editing, blog posting, and basically overall life stuff. Work, albeit the lamest excuse ever, has pretty much taken over my life since I started in August. On the one hand, it sucks that I have zero work-life integration and basically couch-potato my ass all weekend to gain up the energy to power through the week. On the other, it’s pretty damn great that I love my job so much that I don’t really care that everything else has kind of taken a back seat.

Ok so now that we’re past that little life update {paltry I know}, I finally  have some pics from our trip to Scotland that we took at the beginning of October. How can I be eight weeks behind in photos? God knows, but I am. It is fun looking through our past trip’s photos recently though and being amazed that it’s now bordering on December and I’m still wearing the same layers!

These particular pics were taken in Campbeltown, the end of Kintyre peninsula. The Hubs’ grandmother was born here so we decided to add it to this particular trip and spent a night there. After spending copious amount of hours at Springbank/Cadenhead’s where I convinced the Hubs to buy numerous bottles of Scotch, we wandered the quaint little town and found a scotch bar to hang in. Like most small towns in Scotland, lots of things close at 5 and are closed on Sundays. Bummer for us, but it allowed for us to take a walk out to the Mull of Kintyre lighthouse where my Hubs’ grandmother was born. A bit of a hike, but worth the views.

everlane sweater // madewell jeans // madewell flannel // jcrew boots

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  • I’m so happy you’re loving your job. I hope to be able to travel more in the future and go to all the cool places you’ve been to!


    • We’re definitely fortunate in that regard and I love that we are able to travel as much as we do.