A few photos I took while at WCUS 2017 in Nashville.
Not all those who wander are lost
― J.R.R. Tolkien,
The Fellowship of the Ring
A couple of months ago, I had the opportunity to travel to NYC for a short work trip. It was my first time visiting the city so I spent a bit of time one morning exploring as much as I could. All of my time there was spent in Manhattan (aside from a walk over the Brooklyn Bridge one evening) but I absolutely loved it … much more than I ever imagined I would!
Last month, Team 51 (the team I am a part of at Automattic) had it’s first-ever official team meetup. We chose San Francisco because half of the team lives there so it made things a little easier to plan. Plus, it’s an awesome city anyway! We even took a little day-trip up to Napa Valley for a little bit of wine tasting! That was especially exciting because it was my first time to Napa.
“The Greenville Health System Swamp Rabbit Trail is a 19.9-mile multi-use rail trail in Greenville County, South Carolina, that largely follows the bed of a former railroad that had been nicknamed after the indigenous swamp rabbit.” – Wikipedia
Just before Thanksgiving, I took a trip over to Portugal with my team at Automattic. While most of our time there was spent hacking away at a cool, new project and chatting a lot about themes, we did manage to squeeze in a bit of time for some exploring.
Enjoyed a nice, relaxing week at the beach for an end-of-summer family vacation. Lots of fun body-surfing and basking in the sun!
Checked out this place a few weeks ago with a couple coworkers, while up in Asheville.
Jen and I are officially moving to South Carolina next month.
We decided to do this based on a couple different things. First off, both of our families are all on the other side of the country and we’re the only two out here in San Diego. We’ve been making a big loop to visit both families a couple times a year. It’s getting more and more difficult/costly to see everyone regularly. Even more, we have young nieces and nephews that we want to be able to see more often as they grow up over the years. Continue reading “Moving to South Carolina”