if you knew me, you would know that i hate change.
i become attached so easily and there are just some things that i wish so badly could last forever.
growing up, my grandparents owned a farm.
it was such a magical and happy place.
it was such a huge part of my family, and it was hard on each and every one of us when they sold it five years ago.
it was one of the things in my life that i thought i would have forever...
we drove out to the farm this weekend to take some pictures.
several times throughout the years i've driven by, but i've never stopped to get out.
the current owners weren't home, so we took the opportunity to snoop around and look through windows of the house.
as far as i'm concerned, it was mine first!
the inside had been completely redone and it was hard to believe that it was the same place that i spent so much of my childhood.
however, as we walked around the farm, there were such familiar places; ones that made me feel as if time hadn't even even passed.
it was very bittersweet.
probably more bitter than sweet though...
ok, definitely more bitter.
but even though it doesn't belong to us anymore, it will always be a part of me.
nothing can ever take away my memories that i have of this place...
i felt that this song was appropriate.
and onto the fun stuff...
long sleeve top: rubbish (bought at norstrom rack)
(so excited that we are getting one in boise!!!!)
short sleeve top: downeast basics
jeans: l.a. idol (bought at bohme)
boots: ellie (bought online (for a rascal flatts concert!))
scarves: american eagle outfitters and unknown
and my favorite girl and greatest photographer...
what do you wish could last forever?