I spent the weekend in Southern Colorado, just a stone’s throw away from New Mexico, at a cabin with family and friends and dogs and sangria. The aspens were turning, giving the mountains blond patches in their otherwise dark beards. We celebrated the wedding of Kyle and Emily amid golden leaves and vivid blue sky, and the entire event was magical.
This was Kyle and Emily skipping down the aisle while we (the band and the bridal party) played this song on guitars, banjos, tambourines, and kazoos.
Are they not the cutest? I love them. They are playful and joyful and uninhibited, full of love and life. I am lucky to count Emily and her sister Hannah as the closest thing I have to sisters – you know, besides my own sisters.
The entire weekend was a joy. I can’t wait to point you toward the official pictures, courtesy of (who else?) The Parsons Photographers… coming soon.
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Speaking of joy and magic and love, this was a conversation I had with my 6-year old nephew at the campfire on Friday night.
Annie: What are some animals that lay eggs?
Micah: Crocodiles, fish, turtles, stars…
Micah: Yeah, stars. All of the stars we see are star eggs – and when they hatch, it’s daylight.
I love this little boy more than life itself.
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After a long, long, many-months-long stretch of vagrant, vagabond living, I will now experience an unprecedented 27 nights in my own bed before it’s time to leave town again.
No one invite me anywhere. No one get married. This chicky needs to nest.