How I spent my July

As I mentioned in a previous post, July was a bit of a whirlwind with traveling, packing up the old house, and moving into the new one. Josh and I spent the 4th of July weekend with family, my aunt held a seafood boil at her home on Saturday and we all got together again at my parents' house for a BBQ the following day. I took a few pictures to document the occasions - some yummy food, my cousin Drew who recently lost a front tooth, and of course...Einstein looking adorable.




The day after the 4th, we boarded an airplane for New York City. I hadn't been there in about 10 years so I was looking forward to our trip. We spent the (sweltering) days wandering the city - trying out all the fabulous food, shopping (of course), and catching a Broadway play. The plan for the week also included a photo session, but was cancelled due to the threat of rain. Fortunately that meant more time to hang out with my friend Steph and her husband Dan (the photo session subjects) which included dinner in Times Square and a gorgeous view from the rotating lounge atop the Marriott Marquis (also in Times Square). The trip concluded with a sailboat ride around the Statue of Liberty and back, a relaxing way to end the vacation. While on the trip I also got to cross off a few things on my 101 in 1001 list (specifically #'s 27, 28, and 100).






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