Day 262


Well, Savannah welcomed us with with a rainy hello.  Sadly, I didn’t get the photos I’d hoped for, but we still had a wonderful time. 

Our first stop was Bonaventure Cemetary, and what a beautiful place it was.


After that we headed into the historic district for a trolley ride and a mini history lesson.  We had a nice tour guide who told us all about the area, and we ended the tour on River Street.

After a nice stroll, some delicious lunch, and a few unnecessary purchases, we headed back to our car and made our way home.

The thing I learned from this trip is that sometimes it don’t turn out as you had planned.  But, it’s what you make out of it that counts. 

I was lucky enough to have some company this trip, so I refocused my attention to him and the environment instead of my camera.  :)  I don’t think he minded.

Day 261


We had plans to visit friends in NC this weekend, but unfortunately they had to reschedule.  Since Will had already taken time off from work, we decided to go to Savannah instead.

So, that’s what we did today!

After we checked into the hotel, we drove around historic Savannah for a bit.  Then we drove over to Tybee Island to check it out. 

Now, to figure out what we’re going to do tomorrow…

Day 260



Day 259


My camera simply amazes me sometimes.  I know I’ve said it before…but I mean it.  I love it!

These flowers have been a constant source of inspiration since I got them.  Even half dead, they’re still beautiful.

Day 258


I had a lazy day playing final fantasy for hours today.  It was fun. :)

Day 257


Today started with breakfast in bed.  Not sure what I did to deserve that, but it was delicious.

We decided to drive up to Helen, in hopes of getting some neat pics.  First off, don’t go to Helen at 5pm on a Monday.  Secondly, don’t go in February.

It was a ghost town.  No stores were open, no people to be seen.  Creepy…and cold.  Luckily, I was able to get a couple good shots, but we didn’t stay long.

Day 256


Will and I treated ourselves to dinner at Frontera tonight…yum!

I can’t believe I’ve been able to keep up with this photography project.  It’s been a great outlet for me, most days.  There have, of course, been a few days where I’m too exausted, or forget, and those days it’s a bit of a nuisance…but I carry on.

I have also really enjoyed the blog aspect.  Surprisingly.  It’s not like I’m a superb writer, or have some great thoughts to share…but it nice to just speak my mind some days (like today obviously).  I don’t really care if anyone reads it, but if someone does and gets something, anything, from it…that’s pretty amazing. 

So to those of you out there…if you’re out there…thank you for sticking around, and I promise there will be atleast 109 more days to come!  Some interesting pictures, some lame pictures.  Some insights to my life, some complaints, and some days of nothing. :)

Day 255


Again, I love my camera (and my boyfriend)  :)

Tonight we went out to dinner with some friends, and I had Cuban food for the first time.  It was good, but not my favorite.  I still think pizza and Mexican food are at the top of my list.

Day 254


Worked a double today…tired.

Luckily though, I’ve got the next 3 days off! :)

Day 253


Ice on trees + sunlight = beautiful sparkles

It’s interesting how there can be such a drastic difference in weather between home and school. 

At home, there’s no ice, no power outages, etc.  But in Gainesville, there are ice covered trees all around, which apparently caused many power issues.

Crazy, beautiful.

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