Today is a big day for the LOML (love of my life) aka Mr. J. It’s his BIRTHDAY!!!
He is celebrating his birthday with me in the Azores. Unfortunately, this means no Porkapalooza again this year. Hopefully, we will be back soon to host another one.
As you know, Mr. J has not been posting as much here on Jeffsetter. He is focusing on his business and exploring the world with me. This means he has not had a chance to process and post photos, or write his very helpful week in travel, both something he loves to do.
In honor of his birthday, I decided to post some of his photos that I love, but he hasn’t shared (or at least I don’t think he has). While his photos are pretty see, each one is a memory we shared which makes me love them even more.
[So – Mr. J, I added my thoughts as a caption below each photo. Hopefully, it will make you laugh or at least smile, as you know I am the funny one in the relationship. Everyone else can hopefully just enjoy the photos.]
If any look familiar, then you may be an avid follower on Instagram or Facebook. ;)
Happy Birthday Jeff! (aka Mr. J)!!
Ok enough of the sappy crap, here are some of my faves of Mr. J’s photos.
Love you Mr. J – may your travels be safe, your love be strong and you birthday be the best ever!
Boom goes the weasel.
Island Miler says
Happy Birthday, Jeff! You guys are living the dream ?
Hope your travels continue to be as wonderful and rewarding as they have been over the past year. And I have to agree, I’ve felt the most unsafe in the U.S. too. But I have to say, I thought you guys were fearless after learning about your adventures around the wrong side of West Maui ?
But aren’t the “bad experiences” often the best? They at least make for good stories… most of the time!
Thanks Kyle! I also say the US because we are probably more bold venturing into areas off the beaten path in our home country. That picture was taken in Hawaii :)
As long as no one gets hurt, the stories are usually pretty good.
Island Miler says
Very true! And you know what? I’m not surprised that photo was taken in Hawaii… That’s fairly common here lol. In fact, the street near my in-laws home (which is a good, safe area) had a couple cars on bricks on it, plus another couple of wrecked cars… So, yeah… lol