Twenty days later...

Yikes!  It's been twenty full days since I last posted to the blog. 

I know that none of you were hanging on to the edge of your seats, dying for an update… but lordy, have I been busy!  So here we go!

 On the road in California

On the road in California

I owe you a recap of the Smithsonian event (fabulous!  Such a great time!) so I'll post that next.

Most notably, I was featured on Style Me Pretty Living!!  ahhh!  I can't believe I haven't already been bragging my face off on this blog.  It felt like a seriously. big. deal.  My photographer submitted the photos, knowing how competitive it can be to be featured… so I was FLOORED and just so honored when they wanted to interview me!  The whole process was so much fun, and now I look forward to working with the Giveaway Winner… more on the photo shoot, interview, and giveaway soon!

I haven't stayed at home for seven weekends in a row now.  Starting mid-April, I've been in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Virginia, D.C., Maryland, California, Ohio, and Kentucky.  And I do not mean just passing through - I spent nights in each of those places.  If U.S. States required a passport, I would need a new book right now.  I hope it doesn't seem negative when I say that, because I have LOVED catching up with friends and family and going on work trips!  I feel so lucky to have people all over the country to visit.  I'm just a little tired of living out of a suitcase, and putting work on the back burner.  Apologies if I've been neglectful toward any correspondence with you!

 Anyone else adore highway overpasses like I do?

Anyone else adore highway overpasses like I do?

That should all be behind us now!  I've officially moved into my "summer studio" - AKA my parents' basement in Louisville.  :)  I'll be here all summer while the hubby has an internship in Cincinnati.  Works begins anew today!  I have some portraits and abstracts to work on… can't wait to dive in!

Ta-ta for now, friends!  And I look forward to updating this blog more regularly, now that life has reached a state of semi-normal.