Happy Father's Day to my wonderful Dad! This is one of my favorite photos of us together. It was taken on the New Jersey side of the Hudson river, looking out at Chelsea and the Meatpacking District. I moved to Hoboken right after college and then about 8 months later, moved into the city and started graduate school. My Dad and my little brother came down to help me move across the river, and this photo is from that August weekend.
I'm so blessed to be really close to both of my parents, which makes it even harder to live so far from them. But my Dad knows that I'm thinking about him today (and every day) and we hope the distance between us will be shortened in no time. I love you, Dad!
Writing this post and I'll be working on one for tomorrow too.
Listening to the air conditioning humming (I think that's been my answer for the last three Sunday Currently posts I've done. What can I say, it's how we survive summertime in the South!)
Thinking about how I've missed the Sunday Currently for the last few weeks. Last week I was traveling, and the week before I was busy for most of the day. It's nice to be back.
Smelling my Lavender Earl Grey tea. It's the best thing.
Wishing I was on the Hudson River, like in that photo. Oh I miss New York!
Hoping my Dad, my father-in-law, and all of the other dads in my extended family have a wonderful Father's Day.
Drinking tea and a glass of water.
Wearing a navy blue sundress with a mint green (my new favorite color) tee over it.
Loving the perfect Saturday evening date we had yesterday. Homemade ice cream in town and a walk down an adorable Southern street we'd never been to before. It was lined with gorgeous old homes--my favorite!
Wanting to head to the pool with my book but I may have to wait until late afternoon.
Needing to go grocery shopping. I went to the farmer's market yesterday and got some wonderful vegetables and fresh eggs, but there are always things like milk and yogurt and bread that require a trip to the grocery store. For someone who loves to cook, it's surprising that I'm really not a fan of the grocery store.
Feeling excited to write about a DIY project that coincides with a little piece of my family history this week. Stay tuned.
Clicking on lots of links to black flat summer sandals for my mom. I'm her unofficial fashion consultant and I love helping her find pieces she loves!
Linking up with Lauren.