Fueled by equal parts caffeine and passion, I spend my days capturing the kinds of images that make you stop, smile and ask time to please slow down. Your story, your love, is beautiful and I can't wait to capture it in images you will treasure for years to come.
With Part 1 of visiting the Gulf Coast primarily about the city, Part 2 is about the family. Every time we visit the gulf coast, we see at least 15 relatives because they all live within a mile of each other. I don’t think you can put a price on living close to other family. We joke that Waveland is just a family compound. In recent years, they have all renovated their homes to enjoy during retirement. I saw my grandma’s new home for the first time this visit, and I could tell it’s a special place. There is no place like grandma’s. Follow along with me below for some special pictures.
Outdoor activities and her home
It’s the people that make a house a home
Thanks for joining me
I hope after looking through these and learning a little more about you, you think about your roots and the places you call home. Then, I hope it gives you that warm, happy feeling inside. 🙂 Tell me what home looks like for you in the comments!
This is a beautiful story of a visit back to your Nana’s hometown. I’m sorry I missed you during your visit down to the South! I love your eye for a picture worth a million words! Lovely story and lots of hugs from your cousin Krissy. ❤️😊
Thank you, Krissy! We missed you. 🙂 It was a very special visit.