I've been very nostalgic lately, looking back at the past year or so, which has been one of my favorite years ever. I'm never sure what lies ahead (although hopefully something equally or even more awesome), so I always like to think about where I've been and be grateful for the things I've seen and done. Of course, there's always so much more to do.
A year ago (Sept 2013), we were in Iceland, on a "stopover" on the way back from Europe. It was (and probably will always be) one of the most peaceful and beautiful places I've ever been. It just has something magical about it that I will never forget. The way the light hits the land - spectacular. And yet so close to the States. It's also one of the few places where we had no cell service (we stayed in this cabin in the middle of nowhere) and I had to fully unplug...and that felt amazing. Unplugging Vacations are my new favorite kind of vacations.
Just thought I'd share this photo and this quote (above), which I love. I can't remember where I first read this quote, but it's my new favorite. Every day truly has some kind of tiny risk...and every moment can be your next great adventure!