C’est La Vie: Mon Paris

C’est La Vie: Mon Paris

One of my favorite things about living in the Middle East was how centralized it was to a large portion of the world. You could hope on a 4 hour flight and be engulfed in a new country and culture, and unfortunately we don’t always have that luxury in the States. It just so happened that the Paris Airshow was taking place in the Summer of 2015 and one of my best friends and her husband would be attending. So Ryan and I thought besides it being our wedding anniversary and my birthday what better place to spend time with friends. Continue reading “C’est La Vie: Mon Paris”

Gentlemen… Start Your Engines

Gentlemen… Start Your Engines

The first spring that I started dating Ryan, I had no idea what I was in for. Not only did I meet Ryan’s parents for the first time, but I got my first taste of speed at the Indianapolis 500 (Indy 500). We were pumped when we found out that we would be going. So, we went out and bought our race gear aka the most American apparel that we could find. I bought these bought these awful denim acid washed American flags shorts. Looking back THANK GOD it was way too cold for us to wear any of those clothes. Continue reading “Gentlemen… Start Your Engines”

Turkish Vacation: Antalya

Turkish Vacation: Antalya

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As many of you know Ryan and I spent a week in Turkey at the beginning of October. Thanks to the Muslim Holiday Eid Al Adha which provided a week long vacation, Ryan and I were able to venture off to Antalya and Istanbul for a week. For those of you that may not know, Eid Al Adha is the Muslim Festival of Sacrifice in which Muslims celebrate Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son Ishmael before God, which we also recognize in the Bible. Continue reading “Turkish Vacation: Antalya”