Dallas Vacation

For the past 2 1/2 weeks, I have been in Dallas. I spent time both having fun and reflecting alone, as I think all vacations should have a balance of. I enjoyed every moment I spent with family and friends, and came back to Atlanta feeling more refreshed and inspired than ever. I was able to catch up with one of my close childhood friends, watch a few movies that had been on my list, and take a train tour through my hometown. I attended a family friend’s graduation, celebrated Father’s Day with my uncle who treats me like a daughter, and I even had a bbq at my favorite lake just like old times. My favorite parts were the quiet times with loved ones in old familiar places, going to a shooting range for the first time, and of course, the wedding. I haven’t been to many weddings in my life, but I know it was a beautiful four-day process that ended with the joining of two souls who love each other very much under God, and it was full of love, laughter, memories, joy, and a lot of good food and dancing! The people I met were some of the kindest, warmest, most welcoming people I’ve ever met, and they made me feel right at home, like a part of the family. I clearly had more fun than I can explain, so here are a few pictures of the main highlights of the trip!

Poor Guy

Interesting Train Ride Tour

Being Silly

Wedding Stage-Beautiful!

Wedding Couple!

White Rock Lake, Texas

Wedding Reception Hall


Pool Time With My New Friend

Sabah’s Graduation Party

Sunset At My Favorite Lake

Beautiful Sunset

Outdoor Shooting Range

Fun Night!

 Wedding Selfie

My Lovely Aunt & Uncle 


Homemade Fajitas!
& You Know I Had To Throw This One In;)

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