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hello, ohio!
i have been getting to know you through photographs.
carter kind of fell for this little part of you while he was here.
so we're pretty happy we get to spend a little more time with you.
he is already telling me about your beautiful walking bridges and the
breweries nearby. the antique stores which line the streets of downtown.
the countryside and the amish farming community which is a whole special
place of it's own. the mom and pop diners that actually serve sweet tea. and the
nearby mountains of the appalachian trail that we plan on hiking. there are so many
places to discover where each day will be a new adventure. here's to bringing along five
different travel journals and attempting to pack one suitcase for a few weeks stay. until then...




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  1. great photos!


    p.s. I'm having a Bonlook sunglasses/glasses giveaway if you'd like to check it out!
    devorelebeaumonstre.com xx

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    1. Thank you! And thanks for letting me know :)

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  2. These photos are so gorgeous! You've definitely got me wanting to visit :D Have fun! :)

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    1. Thanks, Erin! :) Can't wait to actually get up there and take some myself!

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  3. Beautiful photos! I'm happy to have found your blog Sara, I'm your newest follower :)

    xo

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    1. Wow Hailey, thanks so very much :) I'm flattered. I've been so inspired by you ever since finding your blog! xo Sara

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  4. Great photos and lovely blog! :)
    x

    http://kittyqua.blogspot.in/

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  5. I enjoy reading your posts, they are written like a book. Everything seems a bit too magical though.. I mean what about the direction of your life? Do you have career plans? How are you planning to support your future family? Employers will have a tough time grasping you took years to go on magical journeys and adventures. It would be nice to see more posts about you and the goals you are setting for yourself.

    The people who work hard during college and their first career do so to have more options available to them in the future. They do so to do and get the things they desire out of life. To have the financial backing to be independent and not rely on parents or family for support. To become an adult.

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    1. Hi! I wish I could respond to you and share a bit more about your concerns. For the sake of "some-what" privacy and lightness, I don't go too in depth with all of that. But no worries, just because I don't share the details does not mean it's not an important subject to us! Feel free to send me an email :) saragrace5509@gmail.com

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  6. Ohio is where my husband is from. I feel the same way about it, and maybe we will move back after we leave the military. I have been having to catch up, and I do love it here! -Jessica L

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