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  • Mexico

    A couple of weeks ago I was in Mexico for my sister-in-law’s wedding. We had the most wonderful time eating tacos, spending time with family and then eating more tacos! Here are some of the photos I took on my iPhone and next week I’ll share the photos from the wedding…which I took on my…

  • LA Layover

    We finished our USA trip with a very long 12 hour layover in LA. This was on purpose so I could see one of my favourite people in the whole wide world…Sarah! We had a lovely time eating Mexican food ($2 tacos) and drinking margaritas. Sarah went to college in Minnesota with Caleb and I, we…

  • Minneapolis, MN

    The last place we visited on our USA trip was Minneapolis. This city has a very special place in our hearts as it’s where Caleb and I met and also where we spent the first two years of our marriage. We have so many amazing friends who live there and we love going back to visit…

  • Travail

    One of our newest traditions is whenever we visit Minneapolis we have to eat at Travail with our friends Dave, Jessica and Jeff. This time we did the eight course tasting menu, it pretty much blew my mind. Sorry to Jeff and Caleb who don’t feature in these photos, I was pretty distracted by the food.…

  • Coming Home

    I’m currently sitting in LAX with another four hours to go before my fifteen hour flight back to Australia begins…I’m pooped. Sitting here has given me a lot of time to think about sayings like “home is where the heart is”…it’s a nice thought. But right now all I can think about is my apartment…

  • Training Camp

    Anyone who knows me will tell you how much I love, love, love American Football! My team is the Minnesota Vikings and they win the Super Bowl almost every single year. Caleb and I went on a little date to the Vikings training camp while we were in Minnesota. If you are wondering what training…

  • Eating in the USA

    My two favourite fast food places in the USA are Chipotle and Five Guys. They are both fresh, really yummy and have great grain free options for us weird eaters.

  • Washington DC

    Last week we visited Caleb’s brother Joel, his wife Mary and their four kids Asher, Anna, Jesse and Josie in Washington DC (well actually they live about an hour outside of the city in Northern Virginia). We visited lots of monuments like the ‘Big Stick’ and the ‘Giant Man in the Giant Chair’. Side note:…

  • New York, NY

    About a week and a half ago we were in New York city. It was my first visit to New York and I was blown away by how huge it was, actually at times I found it quite overwhelming. One of our main reasons for going to New York was to visit our good friend…

  • Lake Michigan

    While we were in Wisconsin we visited Lake Michigan. Have you ever been to one of the Great Lakes before? They are huge…like the ocean huge.

  • County Fair

    This week Caleb’s dad Larry took us to the County Fair, it was so fun! The highlight was definitely the demolition derby!  

  • Madison, WI

    On Saturday Caleb and I went on a wonderful date to Madison, WI. Caleb’s parents had a wedding to attend, so Caleb and I drove the hour to Madison and shopped, ate and went to the movies. Madison is a college town which means it’s pretty quiet in the summer time, perfect for a date.…

  • Watertown, WI

    Currently we are visting Caleb’s family in Watertown, WI. I love the buildings in this town!

  • Baseball

    I like sports a lot. I love going to a game! The crowd, yelling being socially acceptable and eating hotdogs…what more could you ask for? When I first lived in the states and met Caleb we used to go see the Twins play all the time as it was a cheap night out ($3). So…

  • The Cabin

    The first thing we did when we arrived in the States was to visit Chipotle (to eat a burrito the size of a baby). The second thing we did was to travel north of the Twin Cities and go to our friends Dave and Jessica’s cabin. We had a lovely few days…reading, watching Harry Potter,…

  • At the Zoo

    I’m not the biggest fan of family portraits. Perhaps it’s that I began my photographic career working in a ‘family’ studio and spent my days getting my hair pulled by screaming children. I’m not a kid person…but I love my nieces and nephews! They could pull my hair all day long and I wouldn’t love…

  • Family Lake Time

    For the last month I’ve been in the States visiting friends and family…I’m excited to share some of the images I took with you!