Happy August: A Life Update.

August 2, 2017

Oh hi friends! How the heck are ya? Long time no talk! July was such a blur. Here we are in August, holy moly. Happy August! July was so fun, full of lots of visitors, birthdays, adventures and time with family and friends. We are getting closer and closer to Christmas and I cannot wait! Yes, I'm one of those people who starts talking about Christmas in August, so sue me.

But anyways, it's August, a lot happened in July and let's catch up, shall we? 

 My bff Whitney and I hosted a giveaway for a shirt from her new company Posie + Co
If you're looking for some darling graphic tee's, make sure to check out her site! 
Congrats to gracefullybonkers and callie for winning the giveaway! 

Shop these details below! This jacket is Naya Blake, but the one linked is similar! 
A lot of you asked about this lace bomber. Make sure to check Naya Blake. They are the cutest online boutique and a portion of their proceeds go to help kids in need and foster care. 

July started with a BANG. One of my best girls, Callie got married in Napa in the dreamiest wedding ceremony I've ever seen. We actually danced until midnight, drank the most delicious wine and took thousands of photos. It was such an amazing weekend under the stars and between the vines.  I cannot wait to go back. 

While we were in San Francisco we celebrated Coti's 30 birthday! Whoo hoo, welcome the dirty thirty Coti, it rocks. So glad I got to celebrate you early! 

My favorite forever wedding date
Could this couple be any more gorgeous. Cheers to the happiest couple! 
Obsessed with this bride bun.

Following Napa is always hard. But in July, we cheered on the Rockies, I cheered on Adam while he ran the tough mudder and we enjoyed a long weekend in Breckenridge with friends. We capped the long month off with a trip with Adam's family to Estes Park. 

My best little girlfriend. 
Rockies games are fun. Still learning the rules, but sitting outside with a beer is the best.
Proud of Adam for running the tough mudder. 
12 miles running through the mountains and doing random course challenges. Whew, he's tough.

Estes Park is a dream situated right at the front range of the Rocky Mountains and at the eastern entrance of the Rocky Mountain National Park. It also borders the Roosevelt National Forest. It is a vision. 

We hiked Deer Mountain Trail, bought our body weight in salt water taffy and shopped main street.

We ate at Latitude 105 which has the BEST good eva. The atmosphere is eh, but the food is amazing.
We grabbed drinks at Estes Park Brewery, pizzas at Poppy's, Italian food at the Dunraven Inn, lunch at Mama Rosa's and drinks at Marys Lake 1929 Tavern.

Safe to say, we love great drinks and food.

I love this hubs.

The last day of our weekend was Adam's birthday! He fly fished with his dad and then we had a great lunch and finished the night with dinner at the Stanley. We ate dinner at The Cascades at the Stanley Hotel, best known for it's part in the Shining. It's allegedly haunted and there are rooms you can stay in that are more haunted for your chance to see a ghost or something. Happy 31st birthday to my hubs, you are the best thing in this world.

How was your July? What did you do? Tell me everything. Ps. If you're not signed up for the newsletter, you wanna be! A new one is coming out Sunday!

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Cheers to August, cheers to new adventures and many more memories.

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  1. I accomplished most of my blogging goals for July and spent time with family. The things I did get to will be carried over into August.

  2. I hope that you guys would have enjoyed well and had spent the best time together enjoying. Thanks for sharing the update.

  3. That cactus tee is so cute! Looks like you are keeping busy this summer.

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