we went camping with our family and cousins at the bridal veil falls,
just about 20 mins. away from our house. i've always loved camping,
probably because my dad loves to go camping, so growing up we hit all
the major national parks across the country and built many memories doing so.
there's just something about camping that makes you forget about the wordly things
(maybe because there's no phone, computer, internet, or shopping malls there ;)
and remember what's most important like family, friends,
and the beautiful nature God has created.
we went just overnight and it was our girls' very first time camping
and they absolutely loved it. the only thing my older one cared about or wanted to do
was to roast marshmallows, and my little one didn't even throw any tantrums at all!
i call that a true success. :)
so we told colby(the one w/ the cool stache) and jay to go fetch some wood so jay grabbed
his machete & 30 mins. later, they came back with these ridiculously huge tree logs.
i mean, who does that?
s'mores with reesse's pieces. yum.
w/ one of my most dear, loved friends/cousin/soulmate, ginny.
thanks for staying up 'till 4:30 a.m to talk about deep doctrine, and feminism. i heart you.
ms. A with her dora snuggie
i wish we went camping more this summer! :(
p.s: to prepare ourselves for camping next summer, do you have a favorite camping site?