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Lindsey, 🇺🇸 photographer in 🇬🇧  A collection of my favorite things. London, books, coffee, history, nature, travel, and family.

I have to admit the historic brick against a blanket of fresh snow is one of the prettiest winter scenes I’ve ever seen.

London news has been rather dire about the havoc three inches of snow is causing throughout the city. Let’s all keep calm and buy a shovel.

Our weekend plans consist of binge watching Netflix. Warm blanket and hot cocoa anyone?

Even after a short visit to Spain, I came to appreciate the pride and dignity it’s people have for their country. They are hard working, devoted to their families, and warm hearted.

By far my favorite experience in Barcelona ❤️

Funny how much can change in a week. We are all bundled up in our snow hats and gloves here in London, when just a week ago a light jacket was sufficient in Barcelona.

In secondary school, I often picked up Classical, Jazz and Latin cassette tapes alongside Nirvana and Pearl Jam (yes, this ages me). After visiting the Palau de la Música Catalana, I immediately logged onto Spotify to see if I could find any of my favorite songs.

I never imagined I would be walking hand-in-hand with my hubby exploring the streets of Europe. Life is precious and I am grateful for every second with him. #expatlife

The Palau de Lloctinent is a 16th century palace with a peaceful courtyard and an incredible timber artesonado, sculpted ceiling, made to look like the hull of a boat.

I especially loved the serpentine bench designed by Gaudí at Park Güell. Such an inviting space to sit and enjoy the view.

The Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família is the largest unfinished Roman Catholic church in the world located in Barcelona, designed by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. It is stunning.

I often read expat blogs. It’s reassuring to know we’re not alone in this adventure. We are experiencing what I like to call the “adoption stage” and I appreciated what fellow explorer Rossi Thomson had to say about it, “After you’ve accumulated all this knowledge, decide which customs of your new land you’d be willing to adopt in order to make your life there more comfortable. It’s important not to go against your core values, but to simply handpick some practical insights and flexibly implement them to help you function in sync with the environment which until recently was foreign to you.” #expatlife

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