This week in photos: 3.4.18

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My Dad’s birthday was on Monday. He’s the best dad for me there could be.

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Mailing our wedding invitations on Sunday. Lots of love in the mail.

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Peter and I headed to Santa Fe this week for a ‘working vacation’, to soak up some Vitamin D and a change of scenery. Here’s my desk for the week.

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We’ve both been reading this book over the course of the week. I’ve only made it two chapters in and have been chewing on the message all week. Excited to continue to read and dig in. I also read a quick e-book, The Ask, as part of Seth Godin’s Marketing Course I worked on this week.

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Happy bubbles.

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A nice evening walk with my number one.

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We walked a four-mile loop around Santa Fe hills. Beautiful.

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You are _____.

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Cooking dinner and learning about 30,000 years of art. (Photo: Peter)

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Getting the daily workout in at the park nearby. (Photo: Peter)

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Our friend Nico came to join us on Friday. He used to live in Santa Fe and knows all the spots – including this bar overlooking the plaza, which he describes as “the best place to kill an afternoon.”

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The landscape was beautiful. We headed outside of Santa Fe to hike Tent Rocks.

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This looks like a Santa Fe version of Mt. Rushmore to me. (Photo: Peter).

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Goofing around in the canyons. (Photo: Peter)

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Tent-like rocks. (Photo: Peter)

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Getting psyched up for a margarita. (Photo: Peter)

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Stopped by at the Georgia O’Keefe museum on our way out of town today. I loved learning about her. She lived from 1886 to 1986… what a time to be alive!

“I do not like the idea of happiness — it’s too momentary. I would say that I was always busy and interested in something. Interest has more meaning to me than the idea of happiness.” – Georgia O’Keefe

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I also learned that Georgia O’Keefe had several Chow dogs. Funny imagining the Chows in the desert.

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