Nov 29, 2011

Boston Adventures part 2

More family visits, holidays, and gorgeous fall weather. Seriously, consider living in New England in the fall just for the beauty of it.

Cute Mees!

LDS singles party boat tour of the boston harbor w/ Kimball and
Mees. Sad I didn't get a picture of the three of us. 

Finally got my chinese lanterns painted and hung

The Charles. I walk over this bridge to get to church
and Harvard square.

Elder Koerper from Las Cruces
no surprise that green chile is expensive here-but at
least they have it!
A baptism held at Walden Pond
Halloween fun: Rachel the Hamburglar and
me as a mime

Beyonce and Jay Z

Frida Kahlo

Old bearded guy

Torture victim


Extreme Close-up

Pride and Prejudice Zombie


The Hakes' extended family in Mesa, Az for Thanksgiving

"vogue mommy" pose

The McCuistions set up a killer game of "minute to win it"

Oct 23, 2011

Adventures, Boston Part 1

Its been a busy first month, family visits, friends, birthdays, new job, new apartment, new friends. What can I say, it is exciting and overwhelming all at once. I know for sure that I am in the right place, even if all of the questions aren't answered right now.

Dinner with friends to celebrate my 27th birthday.

Cassi and Daphne came out for the weekend!
"One if by land, two if by sea"
Cassi loved the fresh fruits and veggies at the farmer's market 
Rachel and I at the Diamond Rings/Twin Shadow show
 "Please leave us alone, when we're dancing"
Fenway park tour with mom and dad
Mom takes dad's picture on the Green monster
Mozart concert

Occupy Boston

Sep 26, 2011

Driving from New Mexico to Boston

Carlsbad kitties

not sure what happened here, frame-wise!

New Orleans chapel

Shenandoah Valley


My dorm room at SVU, now a maintenance office

Travel Bunny.

The Home of Anderson Cooper

Why Boston? Well I think this man explained it pretty well. He was talking about the savior, but it's also a metaphor for life.

"although it most often comes in the form of a puzzle—one piece at a time. 
Each individual piece may not be easily recognizable by itself; 
it may not be clear how it relates to the whole. 
Each piece helps us to see the big picture a little more clearly. 
Eventually, after enough pieces have been put together, 
we recognize the grand beauty of it all."