Ice, Ice BABY

by Liz Dowling

I am ghost writing this post because I didn’t get to go to Iceland like two OTHER people in my family!

I am actually not (that) jealous because I honestly think all they did was eat hot dogs.

And swim in blue lagoons…

Apparently, the original geyser is in Iceland – not Yellowstone.


I think the original hot dog is in Iceland too!

I guess college graduates get a post-college trip these days.  I got a waitressing job on Martha’s Vineyard!

My husband took Emily on a little jaunt to Iceland before she started her new job.

It looks so beautiful!

They had a blast – looking at waterfalls and wandering around the countryside.

I am glad they got some time away together in such a beautiful place.  A little R&R before Emily starts her first “real” job out of college.  I am very proud of her!

All photo cred = Emily Dowling

Congratulations on your graduation and starting your new life! xoxo Mom

the wry home

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Annabel Monaghan June 22, 2017 - 7:50 am

I just love seeing this trip. What a special time. Congratulations!

Elizabeth Dowling June 22, 2017 - 8:30 am

They had a blast and very nice for just the two of them to have the time together!

Maureen Bergan June 22, 2017 - 12:05 pm

Love, love this Liz!! Emily is a great photographer! What a wonderful trip for Tim and Em!!

Elizabeth Dowling June 22, 2017 - 5:37 pm

They had such a wonderful time!!!

Amy Harden June 22, 2017 - 7:33 pm

Love love love! What a special trip they had together before the real world! What a treat for both of them. People rave about Iceland — on my long list!!! Congrats to graduate Em and employed! V exciting. Let me know where she landed!

Elizabeth Dowling June 22, 2017 - 9:05 pm

She landed at Ralph Lauren in digital content marketing, loves it! Thank you for sending me the information on Newport.
So helpful Joe 🙂

Janice Navy June 23, 2017 - 4:16 pm

Oh Emily I am so proud of you!! I know you and Tim had a blast. Now it is time for the real world enjoy yourself , I am sure you will do a great job, Janice.

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