Thanksgiving v2.017


Happy Thanksgiving, my friends!  I hope you are all celebrating with your nearest and dearest, and pardoning those turkeys – I personally fill my plate with all of the delicious sides!

I have SO much to be thankful for this year (I’ll write a 2017 “Year in Review” post next month with deets), but in the interest of short(ish) and sweet, here are the big nuggets of thanks:

I’m thankful for my health, and the health of my friends, family, and 11-year-old fuzzball.

I’m thankful for happiness – because life has been so fucking good to me lately.

I’m thankful for the ability to go on random adventures, whether they are 6 hours, 6 days, or 6 weeks – and the lasting memories and stronger bonds that they create (and my pictures, of course).

I’m thankful for the little things that 6 weeks of camping/road-tripping makes you appreciate (I’ll never, ever take flushing toilets, central air, and untimed showers for granted ever again!).

I’m thankful that I found my dream job.  You spend 40+ hours a week making a living… might as well enjoy it, amirite?

I’m thankful for yoga pants.  #BestInventionEver

I’m thankful for my guy. ♥ But I won’t gross you out with copious mush the day before your big meal. You’re welcome.

And last, but not least, I’m thankful for you – because you read my blog and support me, my photography, and my experiences.  I have amazing people in my life – and that is the gift that keeps on giving.

So, enough about me…  What are you thankful for this year?


Happy Thanksgiving!!! Love and hugs, Moni & Remy





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