I have been home long enough to do two loads of laundry, take one boy to baseball practice, check my cucumbers to see if the sprouted (yes!), make a dentist appointment (insert sad face here), and buy just enough groceries for one home cooked meal that we will all sit down and eat together on the patio tonight. These onions would be a great addition, if I had a few extra hours.
These last few days have taken me from one side of our great state to the exact opposite. I have swam in lakes on either side, and can't wait to share more with you next week.
Until then, I hope you have a relaxing weekend.
(You can follow along with mine on Instagram @ AliciaBockPhotography)
xoxo- A.


Camping here seems to be a lot like child-birth, where I choose to only remember the good parts. In only a few days my memory of the awful nights sleep, with the stiff neck and sore back, are quickly fading. Mostly it is only the light I remember, the clearest light, on days they said it would rain. And, how we were so magically alone there.
Wishing you a wonderful weekend!
xoxo - A.
P.S. All new photographs from this week can be found in my shop!


"And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom."
Anaïs Nin

More blooms here.
xoxo- A.