Oxford 5

It was a great trip to the UK. I am very happy with how the project turned out. We cut a rough draft and have a week to finish the details. All the bosses loved it. They are happy, we are happy. It was a ton of work and a ton of fun. Learned a lot, laughed a lot, slept a little.

I had a first this trip. I walked on English grass! I have NEVER done this. The grass in England is pristine and always has a little sign that reads "Please keep off the grass" Their grass always has the cleanest edges and is super sort. I always wanted to know what it was like to walk on the perfect ground but was always scared to. I did not want to get yelled at by a "Copper". So I obeyed the signs {don't ask me why I obeyed these signs}

BUT outside of Oxford there was a place that served picnics ON THE GRASS! I didn't get a picnic {next time!} I took a walk. And yes, to felt very different and yes it was definitely greener.  I wandered on the perfect green cloud for about 10 min and was thrilled with every second. Probably because it felt so wrong.

Unlike still photography video has sound.. Our interview studentt getting the mic on

Always working...even on the bus

One of the many incredible shoot locations...waiting for the students to arrive. 

A long flight following the sunshine. It's always so nice when it finally gets dark after these travel days! 

It is so good to be home.  I love the people and the food and the space and the trans {my own car} and the {clean} air and the accents and the humor and the smiles. How blessed we are to live in such a place. I am ALWAYS so happy to walk on American ground. I love you Beautiful! 

The house hunt...
We did put an offer in on a home {while in England} and are going to look at it {for the first time} this week. Hope we like it...the photos looked good. Ha. Sometimes I have to wonder at our lives, but mainly I just thank God for it. 

See you after a few days of sleep! 




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