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Just Married

30 Sep


This month was my favorite ever. I married the love of my life in Santa Barbara and it was perfection. Excited to leave on our honeymoon to Italy tomorrow. My Hart is full of gratitude. I’m a wife. Bring on the carbs and the wine.


xo Mrs. Hartman

Something Old.


Something New.


Something Borrowed.


Something Blue.


First Look.


The Tile.


Santa Barbara.


All Smiles.


Sunken Gardens.


Our Ceremony.


Just Married.


Pure Bliss.


Holding Hands.


First Dance.


Husband & Wife.


And they lived happily ever after.

Wedding Ish

31 Aug


Summer is kind of over. Boo. However I live in San Diego, California, so it’s always summer.

The Dips

My Mom’s beloved escape artist dog managed to get out of her kennel and went missing the very beginning of the month. The agony I felt when we didn’t know where Blue went was absolutely awful.

Luckily for me this dip has a happy ending. I sent one text to my Work Wives and they both got online and started looking for Blue. In a matter of minutes one of my Work Wives found Blue on Craig’s List. A good Samaritan found her and posted their info online on how to find her. I went from hysterically crying at my desk to crying tears of joy. Blue is my Mom’s best friend and if she was lost forever my family would never recover.


Planning a wedding is really stressful. I am aware this is not a surprising dip.

The Bursts

On a random Thursday I went to Happy Hour after work. My friend and I overheard a gentlemen talking about how his wife just passed away from ovarian cancer. We bought his dinner and he joined us for a three hour chat. I was a heart warming experience to make someone’s day.


There are five brides in my office and I had the pleasure of toasting one of my favorite gappers at her Bridal Shower. It’s fun going through the engagement journey with strong women who understand the ups and downs that come with it.


Hartman and I went to Santa Barbara to scout potential wedding venues. I have always seen myself eloping more than having a traditional wedding. Hartman has always wanted to have wedding that leans towards the norm. It was an fun but exhausting weekend. Walking down memory lane in a city that means so much to us was deeply personal on so many levels. We are creeping towards one year of being engaged and it appears that we need to figure something out. This quote has resonated with me:

“Everyone says that it doesn’t matter what everyone else thinks, its your day. But the entire reason people have weddings and don’t just elope is to show it off to their friends and family. You can’t make everyone happy, but trying to make sure your friends have a great time while not offending relatives but still staying true to yourself and your fiance is a nearly impossible task.”

At the end of the day the most important thing is that Hartman and I decide what is going to bring beaming smiles to our faces on the day we become Husband and Wife officially.

I hope you are finding your happy. Thank you for reading.























I’m Engaged

31 Oct


October 2015 has been the BEST MONTH. Seriously over the top happiness overflowing from every ounce of my soul.


My Brother married the most amazing woman. I’m going to blog more about their wedding once all of their professional pictures are available. Stay tuned.






I’m engaged. Hartman proposed in the grandest of ways two days after I returned home from my Brother’s wedding madness. His proposal was soooooooooooooo special and it blew my mind. I had no clue it was happening. It was a total surprise.


My Bestie, Smalls, and her Husband, Pedro, were in on it. They invited me to a charity event for LGBT homeless youth at Balboa Park. I reluctantly agreed to go even though I had just returned from my Brother’s wedding and Disneyland. I wanted to be in full hermit mode in our Tree House. When Hartman texted me that he was running late and would have to meet us at the “event” I was irritated. I even sent a grumpy faced emoji to Smalls about his tardiness.





When we arrived at the Museum of Man I didn’t find it odd that we didn’t walk into a room full of people because I have gone to events at Balboa Park where the room everyone was congregating in was tucked away. Nothing seemed to be glaringly out of the ordinary. When I saw a gigantic bouquet of white hydrangeas on a table I commented on how pretty they were. The staff member let me know that those were for me. Immediately I knew. I stood there with my mind racing a mile a minute but somehow felt like everything was going in slow motion. I was handed a card from Hartman that said, “I’m up top waiting for you. Come to your man”. My bestie informed me that this was where she’d be leaving me. Smalls said I was white as a ghost.





I then began the climb up 120 steps to my proposal. Along the way there were pictures placed from our entire relationship. VERY ROMANTICAL. These steps gave me time to collect myself as much as I could all things considered. I have never been more excited to see my guy. Once I reached the top I gave Hartman the biggest hug with tears in my eyes. The sun was setting and there was just enough cloud cover to make a spectacular glow peek through. Hartman wrapped his arms around me and we watched the skyline together for a minute before he got down on one knee and asked me to be his wife. We heard people cheering from down below; we thought those people were Smalls and Pedro. Smalls informed us that they were just random street people (one more reason to love San Diego).





His proposal referenced an inside joke from Santa Barbara and I teased him when he struggled to get the ring box out of his pants that his jeans were too skinny (to be fair it was a big box). When he popped the question I responded, “You already know the answer”. The ring he placed on my finger I made me gasp in delight. It’s my dream ring! It looks like a glass of rosé champagne. The center stone is a peach sapphire which is surrounded by diamonds with a rose gold band. He nailed it (#GoHartman).






We opened up a bottle of Billecart Salmon Brut Rosé and toasted our forever as we watched the sunset over San Diego. It was the most amazing moment. It was everything. Me and my fiancé drinking champagne minutes after getting engaged.

We spent the rest of the night celebrating. We actually spent the entire weekend celebrating. To be completely honest, we haven’t stopped celebrating since. We are going to take our time and soak up every ounce of engagement deliciousness.

Naturally lots of questions come with an engagement but we aren’t interested in talking about a wedding for the time being. All I want to do is drink champagne and stare at my left hand. We decided we were going to be together forever almost as soon as we started dating ten years ago. Having a Fiancé has been a dream come true. We are going to take our time before we switch to Husband and Wife. There is no rush.

I love you, Hartman. Here’s to our forever.














30 Jun


I have officially hit the half way point in my journal. Kind of insane. I have been journaling and blogging for 2 ½ years. The moment I take to write one sentence each night centers me. I keeps my heart full of gratitude for the little things. Even on days that were absolutely craptastic, I can still find a smile if I look hard enough.

The Dip…

June gloom hit in more ways than one this month. San Diego summers are notorious for having fog in the morning which typically burns off midday. The second week of June was bright and sunny but I was wishing for clouds. As I walked toward my car with tears streaming down my face all I could think was that the weather was betraying me. A friend I know through work lost his youngest son, Will, in a swimming accident.

Will was only four years old. My heart hurts for their family. They were able to donate Will’s organs which helped save the lives of four others. Moments like these remind me how quickly life can change. In a blink of an eye the sky can fall. Each moment with the ones you love is a gift that you need to be so grateful for. I will be attending Will’s memorial service on Wednesday. The Abbott family has asked everyone attending to wear jerseys and cowboy boots in memory of Sweet Will. It will be a celebration of a short life of a young boy who is missed very much but made a huge impact in the world he left behind. Please say a prayer or think a good thought for the Abbotts. This note below was read to the OR staff who worked on Will so he could donate his heart, liver, and kidneys. #SweetWill




The Bursts…

I had the spectacular honor of watching my beloved God Dog, Sir Charles, for a full week. He is the BEST dog and having him stay with us brings major joy to my heart. I take him everywhere with me. He is the life of the party. One of the highlights of his visit was a trip to the beach in Coronado. He ran up and down the shore. It was quite the sight to see. He was so sandy we gave him a bath in our kitchen sink afterward. Naturally, the best place to dry himself was on our Pottery Barn bedding.




Dear friends of ours got married on June 6th. This wedding was over the top AMAZING. The ceremony was held in San Diego at a private residence overlooking Black’s Beach. The couple, Logan and Gary, own a super exclusive supper club that is impossible to get a table at, Cellar Door. We met them as guests at Cellar Door and have been friends ever since. Their wedding had MANY beautiful touches that were so personal. You truly got a glimpse into who they are as a couple. Hands down the COOLEST touch of the day was the ring bearer for their wedding, a falcon named Habibi. Habibi flew right down the center of the aisle and delivered the rings which were tied to his talons. Their first dance as Hubby and Wife was to ‘Be My Baby’ by The Ronettes. The first song of the night to kick off the party was ‘All My Friends’ by LCD Soundsystem. One of my favorite moments was watching the Groom’s Mom round everyone up onto the dance floor. Hartman and I danced the whole night. Cheers to an incredible couple and an even more incredible love. I am so grateful we got to witness their commitment to each other. YOU’RE MARRIED!














My Big Brother and Sister-In-Law to be took my precious nephew to his first baseball game at AT&T Park this month. The Giants were playing the Padres. The pictures from the game melted my heart. I took Peyton to his First Baseball game ever in San Diego against the Giants. It’s so crazy how much he’s changed from his first game when he was still a baby. Peyton also helped my Brother blowout 35 birthday candles. Peyton is the light of my life and I sequel at his adorableness on the reg. #AuntieErinLovesPeyton My final burst for June is LOVE WINS! I’m straight but not narrow and I am overjoyed that Marriage Equality is FINALLY official. Pride is in a few weeks and I can’t wait to dance in the streets. What made your heart happy in June? Take a moment to think about the moments of joy in your life. Thank you for reading.

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Making Wishes…







28 Oct


“I’m going to date him so hard and marry the bleep out of him.” That’s what Smalls said to me. She meant it. On August 6th, friends and family gathered in Paso Robles to witness Smalls and Pedro commit to forever eva. The wedding was magical. This blog is for the newlyweds, Mr. & Mrs. Mellon.


Two Weeks

Some stories are meant to be kept closer to the heart so the details of their initial romance won’t be written here. I will share with you how I came to learn of my bestie’s now husband. She was taking me to the airport and I casually asked her what she had been up to. I hadn’t seen Smalls in about two weeks. She looked at me with a twinkle in her eye and told me that she had met someone. I was instantly struck by way she delivered this news.

It wasn’t her typical tone.

Her facial expression looked different.

When you have been friends with someone for a long time you take notice when they surprise you. She had never looked so certain. She also had never looked so happy.

She spent the last two weeks falling madly in love and love looked so good on her. The one hiccup in their romance was that Pedro lived in the UK. They would have to get a few ducks in a row before they could be together.

They say that absence is to love what wind is to fire.

If it’s a great love, the absence will make the fire grow.

If it’s a weak love, the absence will make the fire go out.

Their love only burned bigger and brighter each day until they were back in each other arms.

Months later when I finally met Pedro, I understood why she was smitten. He was her missing puzzle piece in her life and he was also the missing puzzle piece in our solid group of friends. It’s a beautiful moment when you adore your bestie’s love and he becomes your friend too.









The Bean

Pedro proposed to Smalls in Chicago. It was a total surprise. When he asked her to marry him she was so shocked she blacked out. Pedro said she kept saying over and over, “Are you for real”, in her adorable Australian accent. He was ‘for real’. He put a beautiful ring on her hand and asked her to be his wife. Pedro helped create the perfect ring alongside his best friend who is conveniently a designer for Beaconsfield Fine Jewellery.

Smalls texted me a photo of her holding up her hand while she was on her trip and I screamed so loud I scared my boyfriend. I showed him the picture and he had no clue. I had to explain to him the major moment that was being shared with us. THEY WERE ENGAGED!

I called her immediately and we squealed in delight. Pedro and Smalls proceeded to celebrate in Chicago. They toasted their future with champagne and talked about what their dream wedding. Hartman and I picked them up from the airport when they returned to San Diego and the celebration continued.








The Perfect Canvas

When planning a wedding the venue is a crucial element. Once the venue is picked all the other details fall into place. Smalls and Pedro threw around several different options for their wedding. They eventually came to the exciting decision that Central California’s beautiful wine country, Paso Robles, would be the perfect back drop for their special day.

Small’s Mum flew in all the way in from Australia to scout venues with the happy couple. When a handful of site inspections concluded there was a clear front runner, HammerSky Vineyards & Inn. This boutique vineyard is so unbelievably stunning it looks like a movie set.

HammerSky sits on 25 acres and the vineyard was named after the owners two sons, Hamilton and Skyler. From the restored farmhouse inn, hundred year old oak tree, vines, lush grass, and the post-and-beam Yankee barn, it was easy to see why Smalls and Pedro wanted to make their first memories as husband and wife at HammerSky.









Chantilly Lace

When Smalls walked into her first bridal salon, she reluctantly tried on a lace dress. When everyone’s jaws hit the floor (including hers), her aversion to lace quickly dissipated. The day suddenly turned into finding THE lace dress. Lace matched the venue seamlessly and Smalls was a vision in white. She is so gorgeous everything looked amazing on her. At the end of the first day’s search there were a few dresses that were front runners.

Early on a Sunday morning, Smalls arrived at The White Flower in downtown San Diego. She described to her consultant what she loved about each of the dresses she had tried on so far. The consultant brought in the perfect gown that captured every detail she had hoped for. Smalls and her Sister, Chow, also her matron of honor, stood in the bridal salon crying tears of joy. She had found her dress. A full Chantilly lace trumpet gown by Augusta Jones was the clear winner.

Where was I during this major moment? I was asleep. I drank too much wine the night before and slept through the appointment. The fact that I slept through the BIG dress decision was not my best bridesmaid moment.

I did get to go to her first dress fitting a few months later. She made the perfect choice. It was as if the two dresses we all loved made a baby. She looked elegant and beautiful.






Practice Makes Perfect

Tuesday, August 5th, seemed surreal. Small’s family was in from Australia and Pedro’s family had arrived from the UK. So much planning had gone into their three day wedding celebration, to be physically standing there in Paso Robles was major.

The wedding party spent early afternoon the day before the wedding at HammerSky. The Bride and Groom did their last walk through with their wedding coordinator, Lauren Tinnin, to make sure those last details were just as they envisioned.

I wandered around and soaked in the beauty of the venue. I had been gushing over Pinterest with Smalls and to be standing on the grass looking out at the vines was spectacular. We did the typical bridesmaid stuff: stand here, walk here, pause here, smile at the camera. Once we all felt comfortable with our duties we headed back to the Paso Robles Inn for some relaxing by the pool.








Pour House

Since so many of the Bride and Groom’s friends and family traveled internationally to attend their wedding, they decided to extend the invite to all guests for the rehearsal dinner. I have been to many rehearsal dinners, but hands down this was by far the most creative and fun. Paso Robles is a small town so we all met outside of the Paso Robles Inn and walked over a local’s favorite, The Pour House.

To everyone’s delight, the happy couple arranged to have super popular Fundaro’s Foodstream parked right outside the bar catering to our entire group. The food was delish. We all had a fantastic time visiting and letting our hair down. It certainly was a celebration before THE celebration. Smalls snuck a way a bit earlier than everyone else to ensure she got plenty of beauty sleep. Smalls and Pedro decided take the traditional route and spend the night before the wedding apart. The next time they would see each other would be when she was walking down the aisle.







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Dream Team

On August 6th, we gathered early to start getting ready with our dream team glam squad. Bellezza By Betsy made the bridal party’s makeup look smashing. Each bridesmaid’s hair was effortlessly put into elegant up-dos by Joy Ishii from San Diego’s Flirt Urban Salon. We headed to HammerSky at 10:30am and enjoyed a light lunch alongside plenty of mimosas.

One Love Photography captured the magic of all the pre wedding fun. There were so many sweet moments throughout the day. My personal favorite was dancing with mimosas while singing Bruno Mars’ ‘Marry You’ at the top of our lungs. The curtains were closed and the Groomsmen were right outside. They couldn’t see us but they certainly could hear us. It was one of those moments when you look around and your heart is so full it could burst. Pure joy. Happiness in its best form.






Marry Me

Smalls and Pedro’s ceremony was full of so much love. There were a few happy tears along with lots of laughter. A best friend of the couple officiated. Little touches like that are what made the day so uniquely heartwarming. When they kissed for the first time as husband and wife we all went wild.

MR. and MRS. MELLON were official and it was time to celebrate. We all snuck off to snap pics as guests headed to HammerSky’s tasting room for libations. Having gushed over One Love Photography with Smalls leading up to the wedding, I was thrilled to pose any way they directed. I had no doubt these pictures were going to be incredible.








Cocktail hour was followed by one of the most breath taking dinners I will ever take part in. We dined al fresco on the lawn with string lights above. Food was served family style by Trumpet Vine Catering. The menu cards were hand made by Smalls Mum (she made the invitations as well). The tables were draped with lush flowers from Flowers by Denise in vintage vases. Several toasts were given honoring the newlyweds. Smalls and Pedro sipped champagne from her late Grandparent’s wedding flutes. I was so moved I cried off all of my makeup.

I had a lovely chat with one of Pedro’s dearest friends, Taters. It have never fully occurred to me how Pedro sent his friends in the UK into a tail spin when he went away to the US for a few weeks and came back in love. Upon meeting Smalls though, Taters could easily see why Pedro wanted to spend his life with her.

When the DJ invited us inside the Yankee post-and-beam barn to watch the Mellons cut the cake my jaw hit the floor. Pedro’s Mom made the wedding cake and it was beyond gorgeous. It was almost too pretty to eat. Please note, I said “almost”. We happily devoured it. After the cake was cut Pedro’s Mom came up to me and simply asked, “Look after them for me, will you”. We both burst into tears. It was a touching moment that I will always treasure.











Smalls and Pedro kept their first dance song choice as Husband and Wife a secret. My eyes welled up with tears as soon as the first note was played. Sam Smith’s acoustic ‘Latch’ filled the barn and we all looked on with goose bumps. Small’s Chantilly lace trumpet gown twirled around the dance floor. It was magic.

The lyrics of the song embody everything about their romance. When they fell in love they fell hard. They knew instantly that what they had was so special that they had to “Latch” onto each other and hold on tight. Nothing would keep these two apart. They were meant to be.

We all danced in the barn and had the best time. It was quite the party. There was a cigar bar and big comfy couches from Two Southern Girls Vintage to snuggle up on. One Love Photography snapped pictures of our epic dance party. I wanted to live in that moment forever.

At one point on the dance floor, Smalls and Pedro embraced each other. Before leaning in for a kiss, Smalls said, “I bleeping love you soooooooooooooo much”. It was the sweetest moment ever. I tear up writing about it even now. These two are madly in love and it’s so cool to witness it.

The final song of the night was Discolsure’s ‘Latch’ featuring Sam Smith. As everyone crowded into the barn for one last dance, I couldn’t help but think that this was heaven on earth.







My only complaint about the Mellon wedding is that I wish it lasted longer. When the bus arrived to shuttle us back into town I wasn’t ready to go. We all reluctantly piled onto the bus and made our way into town to keep the party going. We took over Pappy McGregor’s. Pedro ordered late night snacks to ensure that this after party went the distance. Around 3am we all headed back to the hotel to finally call it a night. We didn’t make it till sunrise but we got pretty close.













The Rap

And for the grand finale of this blog, I shall rap.

While partying at Pappy McGregor’s I asked the bartender if they would be willing to turn the music off because I had a very special rap to deliver. They happily ran over to their sound system and cut the music. I climbed up on top of the bar and said…


Can I please get you to clap,

Cause Vogel is about to rap.


Sweet little Smalls found her guy,

And invited us all to HammerSky.


Families have traveled from very far,

By plane, by train, and even car.


This is the wedding of the year,

So grab your glass, it’s time to Cheers!


Let’s toast to the Newlyweds,

And tonight in your marital bed,

Make a BABY,

And name it ‘Water’,

So we can call it,

‘Water Mellon’!


Cheers to the MELLONS and their happily ever after!

xoxo Your Bridesmaid,







Cambodian Doughnuts

4 Sep


My Big Brother got engaged yesterday to the most amazing girl. Dream Sister in Law for sure. CHEERS to Paul and Savann becoming fiancés and soon to be Husband and Wife. This blog is for them.

I have been journaling for the last 19 months. I write one sentence in my journal every night. I write the happiest part of my day.

One year ago, Paul and Savann were in San Diego and they brought Master P of course. On September 3rd, 2013, I wrote about how I had a lovely day with my nephew (even if my sweet angel boy was a bit fussy). We took him to the beach in Coronado.





Last night, September 3rd, 2014, I wrote that my brother had proposed to Savann and she said “YES”. So crazy to think it has been EXACTLY one year.

Savann and Paul love each other so very much. The path to their marriage has been anything but conventional. They are REAL good at playing house and have decided to make things official like a referee with a whistle! Normally, a rap is my go to for such a momentous occasion. I am going to go a different route this time though. Paul answered a few questions for me before Peyton was born. The rest of this blog is written by him.


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The Story of Paul and Savann

By Paul



How They Met

We met at Wells Fargo Bank and she hit on me nonstop. She used to bring me disclosures every day even though I did not need them. She also intentionally flattened a tire on her Honda one day after the bank was closed, and I was the only person left so I had to change her tire for her.  Her persistence paid off as eventually I agreed to go to lunch with her a short time later.

What Made Him Want to Date Her

I thought she was really really really really really incredibly good looking, she had a great personality, and I found out her parents owned a donut shop.

How He Asked Her Out for the First Time

I sent her flowers one day but I did not actually ask her out at that time. A week or two later Wells Fargo went out for some group function, and I got extremely tipsy and asked her out. I do not remember what I said exactly, but whatever it was must have been good because it worked.

 Their First Date

We went to Sushi, and then we went to see a movie called Shutter…it was supposed to be a scary movie, and I believe I told Savann I enjoyed scary movies (which is a bold faced lie, I hate them). The movie was not scary at all and we had a nice time.

 What Paul Loves Most About Savann

I get free donuts from her parents. In addition to that I love that she is strong in areas were I am weak, so she makes me a better person.

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I’m so happy for the two of you!  The future Mrs. Bird Singer is certainly something to celebrate.  I’ll see you in a few weeks.  Bring on the champs!



I Blinked

31 Aug

I feel like I blinked and August was over. Snapped my fingers and summer was gone. Life moves so fast. I haven’t really felt like blogging. Sitting in front of a computer hasn’t appealed to me. This blog is going to be short and sweet. Short on words but lots of pictures. That’s how I am rolling for August’s rap up…

Smellon Wedding

My best friend married the love of her life the first week of August. I am going to write a special blog later about the magic that was their wedding. Stay tuned.


Road Trippin’

Hartman and I took an entire week off of work and made a road trip out of the Smellon Wedding. We went to Santa Barbara, Santa Maria, San Luis Obispo, Morro Bay, Paso Robles, and Cambria. It was my first time exploring the central coast and I am so glad we made the journey an adventure. Taking time to make life fun is so important. The Granada Hotel in SLO was our favorite new spot we went to on our road trip. It’s a must not miss. We will be back for sure.



















Summer colds have been going around. Unfortunately for Hartman, he was sick all of our vacation. He’s a trooper though so he powered through. Since we share everything he gave me his cold as well. I didn’t get sick till I got back. It complicated my week returning to work since I had just been out a full week. I was grateful for a boss that understood how miserable I was feeling. She sent my butt home. I also felt grateful for having legit insurance. My cough was on another level and the meds my doctor prescribed allowed me to stop feeling like my lungs were trying to leave my body. I don’t think I have ever consumed more soup when it was hot out in my life.




Tini’s Bridal Shower

My college bestie, Tini, is getting married in October. When the invitation for her bridal shower arrived in the mail I was thrilled to RSVP Y-E-S. We made a girls weekend out of it. It was the most beautiful shower I have ever been to. It was so incredible to meet so many of the women that she holds near and dear to her heart. It made me so excited for the wedding. That dance floor is going to go off for sure. It makes me so happy to see her so happy. She found her match and it’s a beautiful thing. We have so much to celebrate.





Some friends from Santa Barbara came to stay with us for a few days. There is a rumor that they may be moving to San Diego. Oumar and Steve are both originally from Paris. Oumar has been in the States for some time now. Steve is still learning English. It was never clearer to me how confusing the way I talk is until I was with someone who is learning English. I use a lot of slang and weird sayings. We had a lot of laughs as I tried to explain the odd way I communicate. My fingers are crossed they will be living here sooner than later. Oumar and I completed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge while he was here. I naturally wrote a rap along with my donation.




Labor Day Weekend

Farewell summer. Who am I kidding? I live in San Diego. Its endless summer here. This final ‘official’ weekend has been simply delightful. Hartman and I have been enjoying quality time together. My bestie, Bridge, took me as her plus one to see one of my favorite artists, Jack Johnson (thanks for being busy, Steve). Listening to Jack Johnson instantly takes me back to when Hartman and I first started dating. We used to listen to him all the time. It was so much fun to stand on a giant quilt singing along with the artist himself on a warm summer night. Bridge and I had a good laugh on how our concert going ways have changed as we get older. No longer do we want to be at the front. We are happier in the back on a big blanket with lots of room. We deemed our area the Bermuda Triangle. We kept seeing men lost, holding beer/wine, looking for their friends. They would lap back to us over and over. It was pretty hysterical.



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Be on the lookout for a very special Smellon Wedding blog on the horizon. That was the highlight of my month and is well deserving of its very own blog.

I hope you’re finding happiness is your life. What brought a smile to your face this August? What made you laugh till your belly hurt?

Thank you for reading. xo