nostalgia.

That bright sky and those green trees. Idaho, I miss you already. I'm feeling nostalgic for a place I haven't even left yet. Tomorrow I'm driving back to Seattle where I'll be living for the fall and I'm having mixed emotions. Happy, anxious, a little bit nervous. Wish me luck on this 14 hour venture home! 

21 comments

  1. Good luck! 14-hour trip sound like a tough one!

    Have a great week!

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  2. that's a really cool picture. and safe travels, ok!?

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  3. pretty cool graphic, safe travels

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  4. Best of luck and the picture is damn awesome :) xx

    Sneak peek into my life

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  5. Love what you did with the picture!

    x

    Marielle

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  6. Lots of luck! & really cool photo x

    Rose Eva
    SilhouettedBlog

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  7. I miss one place where I can't be. It hurts inside :(
    http://coeursdefoxes.blogspot.com/

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  8. hope you got some great music for that ride! safe travels :)

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  9. Here's to a happy road trip home! :)

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  10. Cool picture Allie - you gotta teach me how to do that!

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  11. ha, how can you be nervous about moving back home. you are too funny! now get here already!!!!

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  12. I wish you the best of luck in your travels!

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  13. 14 hours - you go! i do it a lot so i can't really be shocked, but i love seeing that others do it too. and i love this image. and i'm SO jealous you'll be in seattle. i hope to move out there soon so maybe i'll meet you there!


    <3 katherine
    of corgis and cocktails

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  14. I'd be anxious about getting back to Seattle, too. Only because the Northwest Summer always comes to an abrupt in mid-August down here on the Oregon coast - and then it's nothing but rain. Safe travels, girl!

    xo,

    shalan

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  15. ah, i know what you mean! i do the same thing when i only have one day left on a vacation or at my parents' house! anyway, good luck and safe travels!

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  16. you lived in Idaho?? That's where I live! Except I have the opposite feelings about leaving here...I cannot wait hhaha. I'm from az. Sooo different there from Idaho. Anyway, good luck on your trip hun!! I would love to visit Seattle. I love all these beautiful pictures on your blog by the way!



    giveaway at The House of Shoes :)

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  17. Good luck! I'm sure there are many great experiences and adventures to follow :)

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  18. I just got back to my college town. I missed my home town before I even hit the road, so I can completely identify. I miss my little brother Jack and may have cried...a lot. Soak it up, every emotion (nostalgia, happiness, relief, sadness) and just embrace everything as it comes. I figure that's just the best way to go about everything these days.

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  19. Wow I love this photo! Did you edit it yourself? And geez good luck with the 14-hour trip! Are you driving by yourself?

    xo,
    Melanie from My Billie

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