Black Coffee Roasting Co.

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The Fourth of July.

On the Fourth of July this year, libbie and I ventured up behind our house in order to look down into Missoula and watch all the pops of light as the whole town set off their fireworks.

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Charles Bradley.

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Fitz and the Tantrums.

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Our Wedding.

This year has been a wild year for me. There has been a lot of firsts and many many changes in my life. I am back in school and working a fair bit and time seems to be one of the few resources that is constantly in demand. The biggest change and most important thing that has happened to me, probably in my life let alone this year, is that Libbie Dawn and I got married nearly five months ago. I figured this was a fitting way to bring my blog back to life. Even though The Abegg Clan photographed our wedding for us, I just could not resist carrying a camera around with me. These are not the best images from our wedding by far but in my defense I was a little distracted considering everything that was going on. The whole process was a ride from proposing (which I will post later) to finally getting to see everyone that travelled so far in order to be there. It was seriously one of the most amazing days I could have hoped for, we had a break from the heat of August and even got to swim in the Blackfoot in between our wedding and reception. Honestly seeing our friends and family rally in order to make the whole day come together was one of the most amazing things I have ever witnessed. I just want to thank everyone in our lives for being a part of it, libbie and I are still stunned we had this day.

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