The Ulmers. I met Josh in real life last fall after admiring each others work online for a while. I was in Nashville for some work and it was one of those awesome times of internet friends becoming real friends. We enjoyed a cup or two of coffee one beautiful Tennessee morning and quickly found out that we were somewhat twins separated at birth or something of the sort. Our lives line up in pretty amazing ways even down to how we prepare and eat our oatmeal, kinda weird, but awesome. Anyways… their family wanted to take a road trip this spring and headed west to Colorado. We had the honor and blessing to have them stay at our home for about a week. There was a bit of everything that week… a late spring snow or two, happy kids, sick and cranky kids, late night hang outs and hiking in the snow.
So grateful for their friendship. Josh has been one of the most encouraging and enabling people in my life since we met.