I love traditions…. So much so, that I have a list of around 20 Christmas movies I watch during the month of December. And for the purpose of this story, that list did not include Die Hard. Then I met Trey… And guess what his favorite Christmas movie is? Die Hard. So you can bet Die […]
Look how far we’ve come Look where we started from Best thing about it is you know we’ve only just begun They say life’s a dance Ten percent circumstance but What great adventure ever plays out just the way you’ve planned it We’ll fly into the turbulence No telling where we’re gonna land Isn’t that […]
Kyoto, Japan… City of A Thousand Shrines. It was July. And it was hot. And Kyoto is one of those walk-around-and-see-all-the-sights kind of cities. Not much of a vibe for sitting on a balcony and enjoying the view. You’ve got to get out and see and do! Which I actually believe is one of the […]
Dear birthday boy, Wow. This has been a really big year. Since your last birthday, we made the decision to pack up our lives in Texas and move to Hawaii. We found a couple jobs, a cute little house by the beach, and figured out our new surroundings together. We’ve seen landscapes that look like […]
Food is very important… We can all agree on that right? I mean it’s probably more important to our health than our happiness, but I think it’s fair to try and accommodate both. And if you’re planning a vacation, you could argue that food becomes more important to your happiness than your health. Phrases like […]
It is with mixed emotions that I announce the relocation of Life Unwritten Photography. We have moved to Hawaii! After growing up in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, I could not be more fond of the state, the city, and the people. It is my home and always will be – a proud Texan until the […]
No matter where you are in the world, Christmas is a special time of the year. In Texas, Christmas means the one short season where it’s finally cold enough to sit by a fireplace, throw on a flannel shirt or blanket, and drink hot chocolate.
“…the most luxurious and the most extravagantly beautiful of all the alpine gardens I ever beheld in all my mountain-top wanderings.” – John Muir, 1889