Tuesday, August 19, 2014

bend snapshots

More about our time in Bend!
// we stayed here
// we ate brunch at Chow
// we got drinks at The Dogwood Cocktail Cabin, I got the rosebud
// I got a coffee and an ocean roll at The Sparrow Bakery
// we ate dinner at Hola
// and like you saw yesterday, we went to The Painted Hills

I loved every second, it was so nice to get away with Jeff to a warm relaxing place.

Let me know if you have questions, I'm happy to answer!

ps. Happy Birthday to my brother! 
Can't wait to see you and Kate tomorrow and eat all the food.

Monday, August 18, 2014

the painted hills

Jeff and I took a little vacation to Bend, Oregon a few weeks ago. When I get to choose a vacation spot, I always want it to be warm and dry! The desert is my favorite place. It reminds me of our honeymoon. The long drive, the 100 degree heat, the views, the lack of other people, all reminded me of when we drove out to Salvation Mountain
I didn't know anything about The Painted Hills until a few months ago. Once I found out about them, I knew I had to go the next time I was in Bend. They were about two hours from Bend, which was a long drive for a short visit but it was worth it. My photos don't do it justice! 

Thursday, August 14, 2014

under the willow tree

I bought Jeff a shirt and then wore it first. Again. I fell in love with the light weight linen of this shirt. I love the short sleeve too. It looks great on Jeff too! He will love it. 

Thanks to Leah Hope Photography for these photos. 

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

all white

Old Navy tank, Gap sexy boyfriend white jeans, Urban Outfitters sweater and sunglasses, Zara Heels, Madewell Kensington Satchel

When I met up with Leah, we went to Cathedral Park. Somewhow I had never been there before! It was gorgeous. I want to go back an explore more. We found this awesome willow tree and knew it had to be a backdrop. Blogging has taken a backseat this last summer, so it felt good to get out and meet someone new and get some photos taken again. Thanks again Leah!

Thanks to Leah Hope Photography for these photos.