cuba pt III

“we shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time” -t.s. eliot, little gidding after we’ve traveled the whole world and we’re old with wrinkly, leathery skin we’ll come back to where it all started confused by…

cuba pt I

one of the first things andrew and I did when obama lifted the cuban embargo was buy plane tickets. cuba has been a longtime dream for andrew and has obsessed about it ever since I met him in 2011. back in april when we bought the tickets, you had to electronically acknowledge that you fit in 1 of 12…

petrified forest NP/horseshoe bend/antelope canyon

for andrew’s spring break, we obviously wanted to add another national park to our list but were incredibly indecisive about which one. one of the best parts about living on the west coast is that this is where most of the national parks are… I guess that’s why they say the west is the best;) also,…

bryce canyon national park

I love utah. I love it so much that I’m borderline obsessed. for a couple of years, certain things led me to have hard feelings towards the state as a whole and now that they’ve been resolved, I feel like I’m playing catch up again and wanting to go any and every chance we get. andrew took…

honeymoon part II – kos, greece

kos, greece. I get anxious just writing down those two words. there’s a lot to the story behind the decision of going to greece for our honeymoon starting with my senior year of undergrad when I was elected religious vice president of my university. before I started the job, I sat and thought about how much potential came…

honeymoon part I – denmark

right after we got engaged, we both knew that we wanted our honeymoon to serve a purpose rather than solely devoting two weeks to our own desires. it’s funny because we both didn’t know it but we were both trying to buy surprise honeymoon tickets for each other… except that I wasn’t sneaky enough and…

21 June: San Francisco, CA

      “My sun, my sun please stay It doesn’t have to be this way We could be together yet When you rise, I will not set Together we will share The midnight-noonday air With night and day as one Singing: “Look how far we’ve come!””