Maine adventures

Last weekend Will and I headed up to Maine to celebrate his great grandmother's 100th birthday!  It was really wonderful, pretty much everyone in the family was there, we're talking almost 100 family members! 
Isn't she just the cutest little old lady ever!

I absolutely love that Will has so much family up in Maine, because that means we get to go pretty often.  And even though the drive is absolutely awful (we are usually doing a 14 hour drive in one day) it is totally worth it!

We brought up some bubbles just for the heck of it, and we were so happy that we did.  The air was so moist the bubbles lasted forever! I felt like I was 5 years old again, running through them and jumping up to try and pop them as they floated away.  And of course we grabbed the camera and took some pictures, here are a couple of my favorites!
 The colors are were so vivid I've never seen anything like it! It was absolutely magical!
I think Will's face in the photo pretty much sums up how much fun we had!

Like always we have been so ridiculously busy, but we still have managed to find time for all of our wonderful little adventures, thankfully! 

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I should probably just stop apologizing

I have been extremely MIA so much so I almost amaze myself now haha!

Work has been pretty crazy this last month, if the weddings edits and a new YouTube video with Will ever other Saturday weren't already enough, we have also started making web commercials, haha!  But I really shouldn't complain because we are pretty lucky getting to work on such fun things.

We did however take last weekend off and went to visit our friends Hannah and Eric in DC to partake in a city wide game of zombie tag called Survive DC.  It was absolutely wonderful!

Survive DC from Will Hyler on Vimeo.

Will made a video about our adventures, feel free to check it out. It really captures the feel of the game.

Now I must get back to editing, and once again I shall try to update more consistently, but I cannot promise anything, haha!

Happy Thursday!

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