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My Trip to Virginia

     My spring break took me on my first solo train adventure to Virginia. There, I stayed with my friend Hannah Everly. You may know her by her absolutely adorable skirts {here} You may also know her sister, Rachel Coker, a YA author that has published two great books with Zondervan.
     While I was in Virginia I realized~
~ Train rides are truly an adventure if you make it one.
~ Not all train stations are as large and grand as the Philadelphia station.
~ I'm blessed to have many stores and places within ten minutes driving.
~ Honking is definitely more prevalent in New Jersey than in Virginia.
~ Chocolate Raspberry Gluten Free cupcakes are so yummy.
~ Ballroom dancing is a ton of fun.
~ Vintage shopping is like walking into a building clothed in stories.
~ I've missed the beauty of spring flowers.
~ I'm bad at making sassy faces for pictures.
~ A life slower paced than mine can be cool from time to time.
~ Friends are the best way to spend a spring break.
     This train station in Philadelphia was absolutely gorgeous!
Hannah designed and made these skirts.
Our outfits for a 50s Sock Hop we went to.
I know I can be sassy, but touching my hair is as sassy as I get in pictures...
Got to love the twinning in matching J. Crew dresses.
Late night trip for popcorn.

Frozen yogurt before seeing Cinderella.
How did you spend your spring break?


  1. Looks like you had a blast. You are both so pretty, and wow your friends with Hannah. I read her sister's first book she's a great writer. Great pictures :)

    1. Aww, thank you, Skye! Yes, Rachel is a great writer.

  2. It looks like you had a ton of fun. ^ ^ I had a friend stay over around spring break and we went to a Korean market and had a Hobbit/Lord of the Rings marathon. ^ ^

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