It's happening again : 'blogging'.
Since I've had 3 fruitless attempts with this whole 'blogging' thing (painstakingly realizing that it's just not my bag), I've decided to simply not call this a 'blog'. So smart, I know. It's good to lie to yourself sometimes, right?
So, here is quotidien; this is the French word for 'daily, everyday'. The English equivalent is 'quotidian', which obviously is not nearly as sexy as the French version. I am starting this in an effort to keep things interesting, current, and to ensure those who are perhaps interested in working with me that I am actually working.
I, unfortunately, am not going to guarantee posts everyday, but can assure you content will be of what is happening in my everyday life -- work, travel, cooking, family & friends, etc. -- the same kind of content as would be in a 'blog' or 'journal'.
All of that to say :
I've had a few cool jobs as of late that I'd love to share now, but am not allowed to quite yet. So instead I'll share what is actually more awesome than work : my honeymoon!
For the whole month of September, my husband and I took a gratuitous (yet entirely too short) trip to Europe. He did all of the planning, and kept it a surprise until departure... which I'm sure freaks some people out, but I could have not asked for a better scenario. We went from exploring Istanbul; to lying on beaches around Nice; to ferrying over to Corsica where we drove through cliffs, down to beaches, through forests and into vineyards; to ferrying over to Italy, where we had one night and a midnight dinner in Florence, then trained to Senigallia for good friends of ours wedding, then went 'glamping' just outside of Venice; and then spending the last week eating and drinking our way around Tuscany.
Sounds lame, right?
I continue to live in denial that the trip has now long since come and gone. Super difficult to get back into the swing of things. #woeisme.
Here are a few photos, one from each destination:
Istanbul --> Nice --> Corsica --> Florence --> Senigallia --> Venice --> Tuscany --> clean plates (of many, many clean plates) :