Thursday, July 25, 2013

AK Sojourn

July in Alaska this year is different than a year ago.  A year marks so much change, and our summer sojourns to the homeland make tidy benchmarks.  Most notable this year:  1.  No diapers.  2.  No lactating.  3.  Perfect weather.  4.  Kid free time with my mama, thanks to my papa. 

I've been a bit checked out of my daily photo taking groove - but here are a few favorites from our trip.  I'll post the rest on my Realized Mama Facebook page here.

Mastering the vodka tonic:

Kachemak Bay:

Marking another year of bean poling:

Relaxing on the porch:



My kid holding a kid:

Beachin' it on big tides:

 I'm watching a big moon rise over the bay, listening to sandhill cranes, ignoring my 400 mosquito bites and loving this bite of time I have in a place I'll always call home.

1 comment:

  1. what a happy family it is, I ma so jealous of that, everyone knows that the modern society is so seriously and realistic, family seldom have time to get together to enjoy the happy time, enjoy their work, their love sense, and their ups and downs, so nice you are, thanks you for sharing your happiness time for me, wish you next post, have a nice day!!! dental x-ray machine