Canadian Tuxedos

last night our friend Evan had a birthday party.
He told us to all wear denim on demin and meet him at the skate rink.

 Lauren + natty + anneke 
 girls + bday boy
boys rockin the denim

so far...the last semester of college has been one for the books! and it's only been a month!
I love these humans and have been so blessed by their fun hearts. so much joy. 


VIETNAM ((Vin Pearl && Monkey Island))

more adventures in Nha Trang.
VinPearl...aka the Disneyland of Vietnam. Some extremely wealthy man bought this island
and turned it into a resort//seaworld//disneyland//themepark where you take the worlds
longest cable car ride to get there (12 min). We also rode this insanely sketchy *but fun rollercoaster
ride on the island. I'll have to explain it to you in person because it was too sketch to take photos. haha

 The view of the island from the cable car

Another sight that we saw while in Nha Trang was MONKEY ISLAND.
no joke. an island full of monkeys. We took a boat over to the island, bought some crackers
and walked through all the trees to find the land of monkeys. I was terrrrrrified ahhhhhhh...
 an incredibly beautiful beach
 "ohhh darling thank you"
 pretty sure this one almost jumped on my face. 
 Russ was LOVING it. p.s to the right...thats my little friend Morgann who I met on our tour.
she was the sweetest girl...we became friends!
cheesy obligatory "lay in sand" pose. couldnt help it.

YAYYY! I love looking through all of these!
up next..THAILAND :) :) 



I'm taking a slight divergence from the Vietnam/Thailand posts to throw this one in there.
Brought my camera along with me to LA to snap some shots of my some of my favorite people. 
It was a B-E-A-utiful day. so blessed by these friends!

 Marty joined us..yay!
 Union Station 
 The Last Bookstore of LA..dope. 
 an organized person's dream. 
 penny floor. 
we ate lunch at Mendocino Farms...AMAZING!
"haaaayyyy" - Lauren 
 Anneke and her favorite - salad.

Loved spending the day in the city.
our feet were sore after walking around all day...and sure, driving would have
been easier than the metro...but that wouldnt have made it LA! 
love this city.