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Andi Ploehs

Lately is a weekly post where I share my week with you in photos. I love taking pictures and sharing them with you here on my blog and on Instagram

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I've been fulfilling store orders and luckily one of the stores where ap loves design is sold is literally a 10 minute walk from my house! 

I can't believe we're in five stores now, including two Simply Vague locations. I visited The Greene location in Beavercreek, OH to see how the stock was set up and to check out the scenery. It was pretty awesome watching people purchase my prints while I was in the store. 

We celebrated the 4th with a little "urban camping." Now I haven't camped since girl scouts some twenty years ago so I wasn't too excited, but ended up loving the whole experience! Granted it was in a friends backyard and there was indoor plumbing, but I did sleep in a tent that my love graciously set up for us.

Most of our friends have kids, and after the fireworks it was time to make smores on the fire. My love surprised me by purchasing dark chocolate (love), but by that time I had too much to eat and waaay too much to drink so I didn't try them, but they looked and smelled yummy.

I slept pretty good in the tent. No bugs, the air mattress was still up. But my hair was a mess and I forgot my toothbrush. Eww.. And I couldn't believe how cold it got that night. The day was perfect, but I think the temperature got down to the low 50's. At one point I could see my breath in the air.

Our view from the front of our tent was sweet. Even though we were still on friends property it felt like we were really in the woods!

We brought Layla with us so she could play with her doggy friends. Sometimes she forgets that she's the senior of the group. Clearly at this point she was exhausted and was ready for bed. 

How did you celebrate the 4th?