*Birthday Post* I feel like my love for him is a little too deep. He kinda makes it hard though. I keep telling him, he’s not normal…he’s like an angel roaming the earth in a very fine chocolate body. I’m not saying he’s perfect, but if you know Phil, you know what I mean. He’s a rare gem who is super sweet, genuine, simple and full of love. He’s never raised his voice or shelled out unkind words. He’ll believe in you more than you believe in yourself. He is always…always willing to lend a helping hand and foot! That’s just who he is. I met a man who told me Phil reminds him of a puppy - He said “You know how they greet you with all the warmth and happiness in the world when you see them and then 2 hours later you get the same response? I just love that about him” It took me a while to soak up the analogy and stop giving him the side eyes. Did this man just call my husband a dog?? Yesterday I celebrated the life of my first love and today I get to celebrate the life of my most favorite gentleman. Two great men. Two days. Yesterday for my Papi. Today for my Bun. I love how God worked that together. So – how about we do his birthday differently this year? Instead of the usual HBD greeting, share your favorite thing about @phillashley. #happybirthdayphil 📸: @joseandteresaphoto
Today's cool and crispy weather took us back to Nathalie & Jerrell's sunrise session in the woods. Hmmm...this kind of weather is growing on us and Colorado definitely stole our hearts.
They would not have made it to this moment had it not been for them jumping out of a plane together in upstate NY. Hold your breath - the rest of their story will be gracing the blog soon.
Those who truly love have roots that grow toward each other underground, and when all the pretty blossoms have fallen from their branches, they find that they are one tree and not two. ~Louis de Bernières
Sometimes it's the journey that teaches you a lot about your destination. Just came back from a trip to Kingston, Jamaica and my heart is full. While a lot has changed - some for the better, some for the worse, a few things have remained the same. We're still a polite people. I had gotten so used the culture in the States that I forgot that we're a people who, when we enter or leave a room, whether we know you or not, whether we've made eye contact with you or not, a Good morning or Good evening will leave our lips. * I missed seeing Miss Lucy - the name I give any sun baked old lady walking the streets with her just farmed basket of fruits and veggies on her head. * I missed the impromptu gathering of strangers and friends to play cricket in the dirt while spectators created a stadium out of cement blocks. * I also realized that we may be a small island, but our culture and people are global. Wi likkle but wi tallawah! Yaad mi bawn!
It's two days into March but we're currently grooving to 'September' with @earthwindandfire! What's your groove song that always get you dancing?
Feeling a tinge of nostalgia reviewing this moment at Vizcaya. One day we'll get to photograph a wedding in the place it reminds us of - Italy. 😍
Travel always inspires us, but love fuels us more!