The Journey


Journey to Illinois


I'm having the most wonderful time in Illinois. We just had our Bittersweet Walnut Grove Book Launch Party in Chicago for the Winter Edition.  It was amazing to connect and inspire so many women!  Now we are into the photo shoots for the Spring Edition with the projects coming to an end. It's exciting and bittersweet all at once.  These are photos from the trip my Husband and I took to our College Town. Where has your feet or heart taken you lately? 


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15 comments :

  1. So excited for you about your book!! Beautiful photos ... it actually looks like a warm fall day!! I can only dream of warmer temperatures - its been in the single digits here lately. i love that illinois sign!! so cool!

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    1. Thanks Tish - the sign marks a movie theater my husband and I used to frequent too. Unfortunately it closed a few years ago when a big movie chain came in. I was glad to capture it and our memories now.

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  2. Beautiful and picturesque photo ~

    Off to Norway and England in the Spring ~ Now in New England ~ accepting the 'winter' ~

    Carol of: A Creative Harbor ^_^

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    1. That will be a beautiful trip Carol!

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  3. Wonderful, I love the muted tones and that deco style theater sign... Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #67!

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  4. It looks like your time was well spent. Lovely captures as always. The closing of a project is always two fold. Proudly able to display the fruits of your labor, but will miss the adventure you took to get there.
    My heart and feet have been keeping close to home, planning for spring time journeys.

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    1. So true Laurie, the something wonderful about writing and recording our favorite memories.

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  5. Love the dappled light and texture of your work.

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  6. I love these pictures. I was born in Illinois and grew up in the Midwest! It is very different living in Arizona and the southwest! I sure do miss it. :)

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    1. I couldn't agree more, living in the southwest the seasons are completely different.

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  7. So beautiful Kristy! :)

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