Sunday, August 03, 2008

Three


Oh the places we've been...


Stephen and David's opening in Newark.. Two Crackers from the Same Box


A wild ride on the Cyclone in Coney Island..


Camping in the Catskills..


Christmas at home in Brooklyn.. pregnant and didn't know it yet..


Seattle..


High atop the New Museum in the city..


Montauk..


Yankee Stadium to cheer on the Rays..


Chillin' in Chelsea.. 


Savoring a warm day at the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens..


Deer Isle, Maine..


Outside the chateau in Murviel-les-Beziers in France..


Armstrong Park in the fall...


Prospect Park in the summer...


Birthday dinner in the village..


Being tortured by firefighters in Brooklyn Heights..


Sitting on train tracks in Raleigh.. just started dating .. who knew we would end up living here one day..


Hanging out at the train station in High Point..


Leading a group of campers on a hike at Pilot Mountain.... just friends here.. no we are really just friends..honest! I really don't want to get into a relationship right now (ha!). 


Bar Harbor, Maine... 



West Yellowstone, Montana .. days prior to the proposal...

Three days from now.. the next chapter begins... the saga continues.. something tells me it will be as varied as the past has been...

2 comments:

Michelle D said...

Ah, I love this entry! I love all your entries:) I've been a little quiet lately but reading. When I'm trying to do something like enjoying my last little bit of freedom I don't enjoy it if I'm thinking about it. I think you have already done this and done it well. Having children will make you appreciate your freedom like you never have and that is a good thing:) It's been good for me. I Love my days with my children and I get tired and have to go sit in a coffee shop or be with friends and then I am bursting with desire to see them again. I can't believe it's almost time for you! Very exciting:) You are going to be wonderful parents.

Summer Williams said...

I've been enjoying your countdown posts. I love that last picture of you and Stephen, it's absolutely beautiful.

:)