Confessions Through Photography: End of the Line

Happy end of Black Friday! I’m sure you’re all grateful that the chaos is over and that you can finally get some rest.

I ventured out last night around 11:30 and only hit one store. This was my first time going Black Friday Shopping and I was hoping for some wild action. As we entered the store I noticed that the wild action had long since passed. JCPenny looked like hell and as if a Tasmanian Devil had blown through the women’s shoe department.

I wasn’t feeling too great (still aren’t) so we didn’t waste too much time. I bought three very nice sweaters and we called it a night.

I hope you all enjoyed your evening and have had a good day today. I’ve been wanting to share these photos with you for about a week now but I have not been able to edit them. My very last work related trip was this past weekend and it was in the beautiful city of Washington D.C. I’m forever thankful that travel season is over. I’ll be sure to fill you all in on my adventures soon.

Here are a few of the pictures I took this weekend. I hope you enjoy them all! Click one picture to begin a slideshow.


Our latest Finding Who We Are entry came this past Wednesday from my friend, Erika. She blogs over at “That’s What Anxious Mom Said” and you can find that postย here. I highly recommend checking into it! Our next entry comes next Wednesday and I’m honored to feature my youngest sister. Mark it on your calendars!

I hope you enjoyed the pictures! Let us know what you thought in the comments and don’t forget to like, share, or subscribe!

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