The House Where I Lost Myself

The House Where I Lost Myself

This is the house where I lost myself. Eighteen years ago, that little bungalow felt palatial to us, and Brad and I were thrilled to put our stamp on our first real home. It would become the house where we'd start a family, and we were so excited to meet...

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I'm Liv (sounds like LEEV). So happy you're here!

Back in 2006, this blog started with a rainbow -- just like so many big moments in my life have -- and an invitation to document magic and beauty: photograph it, write about it, choose to see it. So I did, and my whole world changed.

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