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It is hard to believe that my once raspy voiced, curly haired little girl that was toddling around with her 3 brothers, walked across the stage last week to receive her high school diploma.  Chloe, we are so proud of you.  We look forward to seeing what the future holds for you….we know it will be…

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  • Kristina your kids look like fun. Looks like they all have a good time together. Congrats on launching one of them! ReplyCancel

  • Congratulations to you as well. Beautiful pictures of Chloe and her proud family! (Graduation day photos aren’t easy!)ReplyCancel

  • Awww – Congratulations!! Such a BIG DAY! ReplyCancel

  • Luciane Steiner

    What a great celebration, Chloe looks stunning in your pictures, congratulations to her and my best wishes to a great start at UCDavis!ReplyCancel

Last week my husband and I went on a dream vacation to South Africa.  It was a company reward trip that he earned (lucky for me) and we had the pleasure of spending a week in this beautiful country.  We were in Cape Town for the first 3 days of our trip and then spent…

  • Kelly

    Ohhh man-what a dream to see these amazing creatures in their natural habitat. Loved seeing all your photos….but those elephants and their reflection….swoon!!!ReplyCancel

  • Bchernik

    Wow! Incredible photographs! You have a natural talent and it is a gift to all of us that you share it! Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • How wonderful to go on such an amazing trip and even better to have such beautiful photos from it! I LOVE the framing of the giraffe photos and that elephant parade!!! I love the reflections and the lighting and oh wow! You just did amazing!ReplyCancel

  • Diana Trujillo

    Amazing photos…I would’ve thought that it was NatGeo photos!ReplyCancel

This past week has been a bit crazy and unfortunately I won’t have time to do a proper 10 on 10 post.  My dog was attacked last week while on a walk on our neighborhood trail.  She was on her leash and unfortunately the other dog was not.   She sustained numerous puncture wounds and a…

  • Im so sorry to hear that Kristina. I hope she will have a speedy recovery. I love this photo of her. How are you doing?ReplyCancel

  • Oh no! That’s terrible! Best wishes for a speedy recovery!ReplyCancel

  • Sruba

    So sorry . I hope she has a successful surgery and is back to being herself very soon. ReplyCancel

  • Luciane

    Hope the surgery went well and your dog is fully recovered by now. And so your pinky. 
    It is a sweet picture of her ReplyCancel

Last month my parents were out for a visit.  Unfortunately it rained nearly the entire 10 days.  My parents didn’t mind though.  They were happy to hang out with us and (lucky for me) do projects around my house. My dad is Mr. Fixit and did a all kinds of helpful things like power wash my…

  • kim

    Hi Kristina!  Lovely photos!   Will your parents adopt me?  🙂 ReplyCancel

  • Jen

    I love the shots of Chinatown! So cool. ReplyCancel

  • I look forward to know what plans you are modifyingReplyCancel

  • I’m glad you got a good day to go exploring! Looks like fun 🙂 And homemade pretzels…um yes please! ReplyCancel

  • Birgitte

    Loved the windy Beach shots! I am following in your footsteps it seems. This weekend i am going to Monterey ;-). ReplyCancel

  • Hi, Awesome pictures, and I love visiting places with you, places I dream of seeing 🙂 My favorite picture this time is the one with your daughter in front of the sea, that is really stunning. I love the light, the mood, the look, the closeness, everything – really beautiful <3 Wish you a happy spring and lots of Love from NorwayTriniReplyCancel

  • Bonnie

    This is such a nice post. It is great that you have parents who look for things to fix up in your house–wow. I love the images of San Francisco, especially the beach images. It looks a little chilly, but still so beautiful. ReplyCancel

  • Kelly

    Your dad sounds like my dad! In fact, I recently told the boys that my parents were coming to spend the day, and one said, “Why? What does grandpa need to fix for us?”  Looks like you did enjoy some time out and about–I LOVE the crashing waves photos.  ReplyCancel

  • Kathleen

    What beautiful blue skies for your trip to SF! You are such a fun family ~ I’m so happy that you got to spend quality family time with your parents. Love the shot of your daughter with the ocean behind her….so good.ReplyCancel

Last week I spent 5 sun filled days in Maui with my husband and now that I am back in rainy Northern California, I have to say I definitely wish I could have stayed a bit longer.  Thankfully I have these lovely photos to remind me of the warm, sunny days that we got to…

  • Wow – I am speechless, and long for some hot, summer days again. I really LOVE your palm tree picture from your lounge chair. I want to have that view for a few days 😉 And a whale safari, that is so amazing. I did that once in Norway, and it made me feel so tiny. And so in one with the whole. Kristina, I am already looking forward to your next images and story. Lot´s of Love from Trini in NorwayReplyCancel

  • Birgitte Andersen

    Can’t wait to experience Maui/Hawaii after this. I am going in a week for the first time. What was the best? Let me know what not to miss :-). Have a great February.ReplyCancel

  • I love Maui! When we first moved to California, I “demanded” our first vacation be to Hawaii since we were just a short plane ride from there and we pick Maui – totally magical place. Looks like you had so much fun!ReplyCancel

  • Luciane

    What a wonderful trip, looks like you guys enjoyed every moment! All pictures are amazing, make me wanna go to Maui! Also love the video <3ReplyCancel