February 1, 2015

INTO THE FOG




Today, on the first day of February, I woke up to a foggy wonderland outside of my window. In a state of utter dismay (this never happens in our little town), I woke up Scott by yelling, "look at the window!" After his first glance of our foggy view, we threw on our coats and boots and headed for the fields near our home to take in the gorgeous fog as it surrounded us. 






This simple story may sound silly, but it's truly these little moments that make feel so alive and inspired. We had such a wonderful time enjoying the fog, taking silly and serious photos and enjoying each others company in the wee hours in the morning. It's mornings and adventures likes these where I feel so thankful to be married to the love of my life. He not only partakes in my crazy adventures and ideas, but encourages them and continually pushes me to be a better, happier and more creative person. Love you lots, JSG.






It's Super Bowl Sunday and even though the big game is in town, Scott and our spending our day at home working on a few projects and taking in this foggy and cold turned gorgeous and sunny day. 

What are you up to today? What makes you feel alive and inspired?
-Chelsea xo

6 comments:

  1. love all the photos!! amazing views covered with fog, i'm pretty sure i will enjoy myself too if i'm there.

    xo joselovincolors
    www.joselovincolors.com

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  2. Oh, my goodness. These photos are so rich! They look like they're straight out of a Scottish moor or something. Even before I read the copy of this post I was feeling so inspired by the photos. So so lovely.

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  3. These photos are so beautiful! My favorite one is you on the tracks- it's so moody and artistic. That's some good stuff right there. And it's a wonderful thing to find someone that likes to do the stuff you do. Look how much fun just playing in the fog was. It truly is the little things that equal out to the big things :)

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  4. love these! foggy days are the best. makes me dream of days in the pnw.

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