One year Anniversary...And a lifetime more to come!




This past week / weekend, Mike and I celebrated our one year wedding anniversary! Wow, how fast one year can go by. Before I go on, I want to thank my husband for such an amazing and fun trip. I also want to thank him for making what's supposed to be the hardest year of marriage, seem like a breeze. Even though we have been faced with minor challenges, I think these are such good experiences to go through and I would not ask to go through it with anyone else. It's been an amazing , fun, super fulfilling journey of getting to know my husband and growing in myself. I have watched my husband become this man that I dreamed I would be with, an encouraging person who understands me and my needs and I hope I have been that type of wife for him. The Lord has blessed us beyond measure and I am forever grateful. My confidence has been so much greater and much of that is thanks to my wonderful mate, who has taught me that certain irrelevant things and people do not matter anymore. I love you with all that I have.

For our anniversary my husband organized a great trip starting at here on PCH and on our way up to our fist stop Morro Bay. After a night there we drove a bit further to Monterey and spent 3 nights including our anniversary night at the Hyatt Regency hotel. After a few nights there we drove a bit further to Santa Cruz, then on home. What a great trip and in my next blog I'll show you some highlights



An old bench in the small town of Cambria. Great little coastal beach town, set a little inland. The people here are so friendly that we are making it a place to vacation one year. Oh and if you happen to cruise on through, you must try thier Olallie berry-well everything!


My Handsome Hubby on a little stop along the beautiful Pacific Coast Hwy (PCH). A drive you must do a few times in your liftime!




Walking though my new favorite town of Cambria



Another quick stop on the rode! Timers on cameras are such a great invention, haha!




My hubby is such a great photgrapher!


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