About me

Saturday, August 30, 2014

& that's a wrap.

Oh hey. Here are some of the adventures we've been on the past couple of weeks! Couldn't pass up the opportunity to share em with you guys! Connecticut is awesome and I love my family so much. I already miss them like crazy.  

Drew came home! Yeeee!

I missed the hugging picture...whoops.

My parents are cute.

New York City stole my heart.

The Plaza Hotel.

Ba dee ba dee.

The workplace of Jim Halpert.

Grand Central Station.

Here's me on the toilet in the bathroom in the Waldorf Astoria. Hahaha. I'm sorry, but it was beautiful.

Trev just left this on the screen in the Apple store. Haha.

Um it was basically my dream to go to Serendipity. If you haven't seen the movie Serendipity, watch it now. It's one of my faves.

To die for.

"Lauren, describe yourself in two words..."

TrevBob SqaurePants.

I totally messed up my camera and accidentally took this, but I thought it turned out kinda cool.

Oh how I love these boys.

"Steppin' on the beach! Do do do do." 

My brothers are sure handsome.

The constant scowl.

This picture kills me. Dat face doe.

So ripped.

Trev wasn't havin' it.

Found these beauties and they brightened my day. 

Who would have thought that tacos on the east coast would be so freaking good?


Now here are some random pictures:

We went all went in the temple together for the first time!! 

Super sketchy, super good Mexican food in Boston.

I love her.

Got a new phone. Named him Stanley.

Umm, no words needed except for "OW" and "EW."

Then it was Drew's turn ;)

Me and Drew comparing eyeballs. His are sweet. 

Me and my mom took a road trip to Massachusetts so see an old friend we hadn't seen in YEARS! So fun. And she made us cupcakes!!! So freakin' amazing.

The last supper.

Got this in the mail from Coley and cried because she is the biggest sweetheart ever.

Said "see ya later" to my favorite boys.

Annnd I was off.

So there ya go! I'm so glad I was able to spend a few weeks in Connecticut with my family. I sure love them more than anything. 

"What matters most is what lasts the longest and families are forever." -M. Russell Ballard

No comments:

Post a Comment