Last year was pretty exceptional, as years go. But I have to admit, after spending almost half of it in holiday mode, exploring new cities and countries, it feels strange to stay in one place. Or rather, stranger, because I have always found a life without constantly moving and changing a bit unusual. It seems like ages ago that we were enjoying the sunshine in Las Vegas. In reality, it’s only been four months. (And I’ve been to Toronto since then, though that trip really didn’t count.) Suffice it to say, I have been counting down to our trip to Washington DC since 2018 started. And the big day is finally here!
By the time you read this, we’ll already be well on our way, thanks to a very early morning flight. I can hardly complain. I like to maximize my time at my destination when I’m on holiday, even if it means getting up before the sun to do it. I’m particularly looking forward to being able to spend time outside and walk between the places we’re visiting. Despite the rain in Vancouver, which I loathed, I loved that I could go outside there all year round without freezing. I knew I would miss having that option when I moved to Winnipeg, and I was right. (And although the downtown skywalks here are helpful, walking indoors just isn’t the same.)
Of course, while we’re away, Coco & Vera will be up and running as always. We still have a few European photos left to share and, also, some of the (very) few sets we’ve taken this winter, including these ones, snapped on the sly at the Millennium Library. I hope that by next winter, we’ll have either figured out a good set of indoor locations for photos or I’ll be more used to the cold because as it stands, we’ve mostly been inside in layers of not especially photogenic sweaters this season.
Happy Friday, my friends! Wherever you’re spending it, I hope it’s a good one.
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