Howarth Park in Santa Rosa California. The reflection caught my attention. I love the simple straight lines and perpendicular pieces all being at an angle to the true horizontal. This is a quiet, serene, space where one can get away from the city.
I have been a married woman for almost two weeks now! We’ve got some catching up to do. And I’m sure y’all wanted to see a few photos :)
June 25, 2016 was the best day ever. I married the man of my dreams. I had all my siblings, my best friends, standing next me. Although it was 100 degrees, I couldn’t have asked for a more perfect day. (The photos above are all ones that family took. I’m still waiting for anything from the photographer!)
Bryan and I honeymooned in Santa Rosa, California. We stayed on a gorgeous property in the hills of Santa Rosa. We went to wineries in Sonoma Valley, drank Pliny the Elder at Russian River, visited the Golden Gate Bridge, went on a brewery tour at Anchor Steam, and ate the most delicious, fresh food. It was so relaxing, and I enjoyed every minute of it.
I’ll share some more photos with you as I get them.
(I’ll get back to y’all on the fitness front eventually too)
Cheers to a lifetime of happiness with my husband!
This lake is in the Fountain Grove area of Santa Rosa California. The morning fog was delicious. I instantly fell in love with this island. I especially enjoy the difficulty of finding the line between land and lake and sky.