Holiday Traditions and a New Year
I'm not going to write a recap of 2014. I'm not going to tell you all the things I succeeded and failed at either. What I am going to tell you is that 2014 was one of the most amazing years of my life that brought me closer to my friends, closer to my family and a better understanding to who I am as a person and as a photographer. I made a promise to myself at the end of 2013 that I would fall in love (without fear) as much as possible and meet new people, travel more and work harder than I ever have before. I did all those things and more and in just the past few months one of the most amazing things happened to me. A dream come true if you will. I can't tell you what that is yet, but I am DYING to tell you my secret soon. Just you wait! I hope you start this year with realistic goals, love in your heart and the determination to become your best self. I would love to know what your holiday traditions are and how you spent your new year's eve! For now, please enjoy photos from one of my favorite holiday traditions my girlfriends and I share each December. Our holiday brunch is a day we look forward to all year and it never disappoints (click here to learn about our story). The word "brunch" should be used loosely as we end up hanging out for eight plus hours straight - literally (our calendar invite always says "10-noon, but you know...").
Happy new year :)
*A little note for my girls: my loves, my ladies, you may not realize this, but you have been some of the best things that LA has given me and I am so grateful. Some of us have moved far away and some of us may be moving in the future, but no distance has or could break what we share. No one knows what we have nor should they. We are a random group of girls brought together by the lion and I know we are friends for life. I love you.