I felt the first chill of fall on El Prado sitting at this round table, while munching on the top of a blueberry muffin and sipping a cup of hot coffee from Daniel’s Coffee Cart; such tasty treats. I am thrilled for more days like these which inspire creativity through the cold atmosphere and calls for mandatory morning coffee-&-conversations with my girlfriends. I soak in this solo hour to treasure and watch this place come to life one minute after the next.
We recently returned from our week long one-year anniversary family road trip (Sept 18th – 25th) exploring the central west coast of southern California; just the three of us. It was a tiresome morning the day after driving from Monterey Bay back down to San Diego in one day. I am convinced that I love a life so peaceful as the days we spent together this past week on the road. Life is so simple and at ease in the quaint and cozy towns we stayed in, so peaceful and where one would never find a child unamused.
“Slow down everyone you’re moving too fast
Frames can’t catch you when you’re moving like that.”
I have much desire to share some pictures of the road, but before I do, it is my goal to make our first family photo album of our family road trip before this week ends. I sure want it in my hands, instead of archived in my external drive like the rest of our photos have been over the years.