Valentine’s Day came and left and I totally missed posting about one of the most celebrated(?) holidays of the year 😉. Now that it’s March, this post should be way out of date. But this year I was reminded of the people that I love and the things that I love the most, and that’s timeless. Here is my tribute to the warmth of life that we find not only in February, but in every month of the year.
~ THINGS ~
Hiking the Appalachian Trail (AT) in Pennsylvania. I always wanted to experience these trails and I can’t wait to get out there again and explore more! (Summer ’16)
My M-Audio keyboard – I have a picture of myself at age 3 or 4, reaching up to play the piano at home. How can I describe the comfort that I find when playing and composing music? 😌 (Summer ’17)
Sunset in South Carolina. I love capturing pictures of birds in nature. Sunrises and sunsets are some of the most peaceful aspects of being outdoors. (Summer ’16)
Benches near the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria. The museum is one of the most prominent in the world. Something about the glow of the lights and the benches made the visit even more amazing. (Winter ’15)
Rock Creek Park, Washington D.C. This was my last trail run/walk before moving home to PA to start law school. Lush, green, beautiful. (Summer ’15)
Leaser Lake in New Tripoli, PA – I have been going to this lake since my childhood, fishing with my Dad. Now I go to just soak in the view. (~ ’07)
A dreary day in London. This was one of my favorite travel moments. It’s not a dazzling picture, but the air was windy and crisp. A very reflective and nostalgic day. (Winter ’15)
~ PEOPLE ~
My dear nephew – The smartest and sweetest child that I know. I will always cherish moments with him.
In NJ after a film screening with my Mom. This was only a month after intensively studying for the PA Bar Exam. I smile because, through everything, she smiles with me.
My sister and brother-in-law – They are an amazing couple! They didn’t know I was taking pictures, and I love the rays of light that are captured on my sister. The rays represent the light that she fills within me.
My grandmother – both of my grandmas are the warmest, kindest, and most caring women that I know. They are my prayer warriors. No matter how far I am from home, they have been there through phone calls and letters, through every stage of my life.
Mom, Dad, and I at Temple Law graduation! They are my pillars. My life is complete only because of them.
The wedding of one of my closest friends from law school. An absolutely LOVELY day for an incredible friend! This was probably the most heartfelt and vibrant wedding that I’ve been to.
Barrister’s Ball – Law school was not all fun and games, but this was! One of those events that made the 3 years special 😉
My former Civil Procedure professor, with us Civ Pro teaching assistants on the left and right. In just 3 years I took 8 classes and research/teaching assistant semesters with her. One of the best professors at Temple Law!