Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Across The Map

One thing I am so thankful for is to have friends spread far and wide across the United States and even in other countries.  There is something so endearing about having links, parts of your heart, in so many other places.  Last Saturday was one of those unexpected days where I got to have a little reunion out of the blue with a few friends I spent a month this past summer with.  We worked at a summer camp together and got really close, but after a month had to go back to our own homes.  Thankfully four of us in these pictures live in Tennessee but hours apart.  We did have a special guest in from Nebraska though and we had the most fun evening together.

Excuse our harlem shake.  I know we are just adding to the current fad, but we couldn't help it.  We just have too much fun together. Here are a few pictures from our evening spent laughing, reminiscing, and being silly.

“The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved.” ― Jack Kerouac

“Nothing makes the earth seem so spacious as to have friends at a distance; they make the latitudes and longitudes.” ― Henry David Thoreau

xo, Kelsey Belle



  1. your blog is really good))loves it))

    would you like to follow each other?)

    xoxo Christy

  2. Funny photos!
    I love you blog!:)

  3. Great blog! If you get a sec, check out my latest post.

    Happy Easter

  4. hahaha that harlem shake! You're one lucky girl! we wish we had friedns all over the worl

  5. Oh such cute pics! Thank you for your sweet comment. I love your blog too! Newest follower over here :D

    X lisa

  6. Your blog is so cute! I love it.



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