By Nina Ornstein
It is day two following the 2016 US presidential election and I’m trying to remain connected to some sort of positivity in city that is perceivably mourning a loss. This city has finally slept and today is a new day. After my brief hiatus for what was the most amazing time of my life so far, I was planning on writing a cheerful comeback letter, full of wedding highlights in Baja, Mexico. But so much has changed. I’ll still get to that good stuff plus upcoming travel plans, my point is, however, in regard to moving forward, life will continue as it inherently must. In my opinion, those who are engaged on a global level will be facing some serious changes. So while we will carry on, and travel (maybe even more so), I will cautiously hold this freedom I have as an American and know that without a doubt anything is possible. Anything.With this all being said, Austin and I had a lovely time at our wedding in Todos Santos, Mexico with 150 of our closest friends 🙂 We partied all night long with friends from all over the world, and a good portion of the town. Our awesome family and friends made the trek to dance the night away on a private beach under the stars and a full moon! The weather, the food, the music, the PEOPLE, the setting, the maracas, hay barrels and guest appearance by an oversized bag of cheese doodles were all everything we could ever hope for. It was all just perfectly light-hearted fun! I can’t wait to see more photos and relive every second of it!
This weekend Austin and I head to Savannah, Georgia for the 2016 wedding season’s grand finale. To be followed quickly by a trip to Panama City, Panama a week later for a company adventure scouting! I’ll share all those details soon, but let’s just say I’m obsessed with Panama City and all it has to offer. I’m in love and cannot wait to explore with my new husband 🙂
As we enter the holiday season and begin to transition into this next chapter, let’s all remember to love one another and make mindful decisions. Stress effects everyone differently so be patient with yourself and those around you. We are all in this together.