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Visual Journal Page 75: Rylie Bug

  July 15, 2012, baby Rylie was born. I was officially an aunt, Nick’s sister had sweet baby girl. I will never forget the moment I first realized I was going to be an aunt. It didn’t happen when Randi announced her pregnancy, it didn’t happen when Randi began to show and came in town…

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Visual Journal Page 74: The Water Incident

It was springtime, on the verge of summer. May was slowly turning into June, warm air began its transformation into a hot blanket of humidity, and school had just let out for summer vacation. I couldn’t wait for my first summer trip, a journey to Nick’s family lake house. It was a four day weekend I…

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Visual Journal Page 73: It Was Worth It

We were wrapping up another week at the wonderful, Hilton Head Island, beach. I enjoyed quality time with my family and the sun, while I worked on my tan, played on the beach, and consumed book after book. Overall I was well relaxed. My relaxation ended the second to last day of our trip. My…

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Visual Journal Page 72: Being Your Lady

I have the most wonderful marriage of fours years, he is my hub and I am his lady. Four years of marriage, preceded by five years of dating, nine years of being together, and I am happier than I was on day one. Before meeting Nick I was a bit cynical when it came to…

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Visual Journal Page 71: This is the First Day of My Life

It was our one year anniversary. We spent the day together, enjoying donuts for breakfast, a hilarious golf outing, picnic at the park, and a nice dinner out. Nick and I love all the food Atlanta has to offer, and we often try new restaurants. For our one year we wanted to go somewhere more…

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Visual Journal Page 69: I Wish They Knew

Teaching AP Art was both the most difficult and rewarding class I ever taught. After attending the week long AP certification seminar at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), I felt like I pro. I went into the year with a solid list of assignments and battle plan to encourage my students to produce…

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