I've been in Germany for 3 days and have definitely been reminded by these 3 days to always expect the unexpected. With Trip's deployment looming, there is a TON of stuff to get done, and if I weren't here, it would be 80000% easier for him, but he has been doing a fantabulous job of being around as much as he can. While he has been out, I've been spending the last few days laying around and doing all the things I don't have time to do at home: sleep, snooze, dream, relax, watch Ghost Hunters, and spend waaaaaay too much time on Buzzfeed and Pinterest. I spent some time playing with my new camera and tripod collection (Daddy and Trippy are SO good to me!) and had myself a nice little photoshoot. Just when I thought that my day was over, I got a big surprise...
The view from Trip's window. Not to shabby, eh?
Trip whisked me away to the walled Medieval village of Rothenburg, about 3 hours away from his house JUST TO EAT DINNER and then we zoomed home down the autobahn at 160 km/h! Literally... it was a 6 hour trip, just for some schnitzel and spaetzle! For the record, it was totally worth it!
This is supposedly the most photographed spot in Germany. I cannot verify that and have never seen a photo of this spot, but I figured I'd pass it on!
Skirt via Charlotte Russe
Denim shirt via H&M
Boots via DSW
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