Happy Easter from my little bunnies!
This is the face I get when I tell Nora to smile.
They decided they would stand together for me, but only if they were yelling, "Easter egg!" over and over.
As we've been dying eggs and prepping for brunch, I've been thinking about last year's Easter in Asheville and can't believe I never got around posting these photos. They capture something magical; my sister, niece and I woke up early, drove up to the Blue Ridge Parkway and watched Easter sunrise over the mountains. Whether you're celebrating this weekend or not, I think you'll enjoy these landscapes. They remind me: always we begin again.
Fog over the French Broad River with moon still in view.
And then, out of the fog, emerged...cows.
I snapped this photo of St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Hillsborough, NC, on Good Friday as we randomly drove by. I couldn't believe the sun was catching right on the cross at that moment.
I'm Julia Soplop. In a former life, I studied lemurs in Madagascar, worked for National Geographic and trained as a medical journalist. These days my adventures usually include my three tiny daughters. Oh, and I'm still a writer and photographer—a storyteller. This blog is my story. It's about things that make life beautiful.
DIY crate bookshelf
Toddler bedroom tour
DIY twin bed
DIY braided scarf
DIY coffee bean centerpiece
Grandma knows best
Little gallery wall
DIY yarn wreath ornament
DIY no-sew tutu
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DIY felt heart mobile