Hello, everyone! We are in MAUI! I still can't believe we're here. It just feels so far from the winter of New York. We're so, so happy and grateful to be here. Danny was so cute and on the plane as we got close, he leaned over and said, "Happy Baby Moon!" We certainly didn't expect this trip and certainly didn't expect another possible baby moon. But, I guess the timing really is perfect. :) We'll take it!
[Also, regarding that topic of attachment. Do you know that Danny and I are actually pretty much "unattached" to each other? It's a LOT to explain, which is why we decided to talk about it in our on-line marriage class. (We promise we're bringing those classes back SOON.) But yeah, learning to unattach ourselves from our partners, experiences, future family, possessions, outcomes, etc., is actually the secret to our marriage - and it's truly the greatest offering of love we give each other. You see, attachment means you have expectations that need to be met in order for you to feel whole, well, happy, worthy, etc. But we get that wholeness and self-worth elsewhere, not from each other. See how good that can be?]
And, I just had to show you my skirt! It turns out that ever since we used some African prints in our first Harvey Faircloth collection in 2009, I have had a mild obsession with African prints. We're talking the waxed Dutch cottons with the amazing patterns (there is actually quite a history related to this type of cloth. There's a great article about it here.) Anyway, this skirt from Kenya is available for cheap at Live Worldly. Just thought I'd share. :)
Much love from Hawaii,