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A kiss around the world

I have been missing for about a month now as we have been crazy busy. We returned from Ireland to take a quick beach trip to celebrate my grandparents 60th wedding anniversary! 60 years yall! 🙂 And then we headed off to Spain for my cousin’s wedding. We are now back and finally settling back into our normal quiet routine. I’ll be back regularly starting now with continuing posts about Ireland and then moving to Spain! In the meantime, I am so happy as we got more kissing photos to add to my kissing wall at home from Spain and Ireland. Updated below:

 

Updated June 24, 2018

A photo journal

On our honeymoon we started a tradition that has now been running for a decade, and that our daughter is now a part of! Follow our photo journal below of our kisses around the world!

Kissing in Rome Italy
Rome, Italy
Kissing in Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Kissing at the Eiffle Tower
Paris, France
Kissing at Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu, Peru
Kissing at Sydney Opera House
Sydney, Australia
Kissing at Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn, New York
New Zealand
Matauri Bay, New Zealand
Kissing in New Zealand
The Lost World Cave, New Zealand
Kissing in Venice
Venice, Italy
Kissing in the Bahamas
Paradise Island, Bahamas
Kissing atop Roys Peak
Wanaka, New Zealand
Then there was 3
Then there was 3… Southern Oaks – Alabama
Kissing at the beach
30A, Florida
Kissing Top of the Rock
New York, New York
Kissing Top of the Whistler
Whistler, British Columbia
Kissing Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe
Lake Tahoe, California
Kissing in New Zealand
Kauri Cliffs, New Zealand
Kissing Queenstown, New Zealand
Queenstown, New Zealand
Disney World
Paris, Epcot, Disney World
Parc Guell Barcelona Spain
Barcelona, Spain
Killarney, Ireland
Killarney, Ireland
Calella de Palafrugell
Calella de Palafrugell, Spain
Cliffs of Moher, Ireland
Cliffs of Moher, Ireland
Dromoland Castle, Ireland
Dromoland Castle, Ireland

We have an entire wall in our home dedicated to “our kissing wall”. When we look at these beautiful pictures, we are reminded of our wonderful memories. Travel has a way of humbling you; making you realize how insignificant you are compared to the scale and grander of the world. However, there is nothing small about love. We are so thankful each and every day for the gift of marriage, and our greatest blessing of all: our beautiful,happy daughter! We look forward to adding to these photos over time! What is your favorite travel tradition?