Labor day is just around the corner, and with it are coming some major life changes.
Dave and I are moving out of Philly to Princeton, where he is going to start a PhD program in Economics. I am changing my work schedule from full-time to part-time, so that I have the ability to pursue photography as well. In a little over a week, Dave turns 25, which kind of blows my mind.
All of these changes are bittersweet, but mostly on the sweet side. We are leaving the city that has been our home for over half a decade, but we aren’t going very far. Now we’ll be between two amazing cities, with a grassy yard for Dillon to run around on. (No more elevators for her!)
A lot has been going on in the last few months, and I haven’t had many opportunities to post updates.
So, without further ado, here is a “summer summary”:
In July, my mom and I attended a week-long continuing education conference at the Cape. The family came along, and we spent afternoons on the beach or whale watching (or whale watching ON the beach – see below. How crazy is that?)
Walking around Provincetown:
We also saw this incredible storm roll in as we were walking along the shore:
In early August, we met up with Dave’s family for a few days in Lake George. I didn’t spent too much time taking photos, except when it came to baby Colin.
Look at that face!
And here are some of little Johanah…
…who is about to become a big sister!
[More summer photos coming soon!]