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Today's been a pretty off day (I can't imagine why after binge watching Thirteen Reasons Why on Netflix), but this guy's need to be close makes everything a little better. I don't know how people get by without a dog, and let's not even talk about the ones who don't like them. They are not to be trusted.
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I don't know when this kid got so big.
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We're making a conscious effort to get back to our beach roots. Minimum four evenings a week, we will be found by the water.
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I usually avoid sunset photos because they're kind of cliche, but every now and then there's one that just begs to be shared.
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Our family's recipe for donuts is written in Hungarian - pretty useless to me, so my mom is translating it here. How I wish I understood Hungarian.
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How to get a dog who won't look at the camera to look at the camera: place bacon atop the lens.
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Sunrise through the smoke haze. Honestly, I found this view to be a bit eery.
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This is what happens when you have an eventful day in which you forget to take any photos: it gets dark and you are forced to max out your ISO. I am happy to say, however, that this still fits my project rules, as watching an episode of Frasier (I know, I know) before going to sleep is an integral part of our routine these days.
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Mount Rainier with some delightful second cousins? First cousins once removed? My cousin's kids. There, that's better. Such a fun evening.
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Love this little chunk at least as much as he loves his big sister.
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Birthday morning date.
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I'm in a freelensing mood the last few days. So soft.
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Sometimes we save lives. Sometimes we push each other down the hall on an IV pole. #nurselife
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Even our little banana plant was sweating today. Reverse freelensing.
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The light on these kettlebells drew me this morning. I see opportunity. An invitation. And a dandelion problem.
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