hurtling through the air in a tin can

Today we find ourselves in Sacramento for a giant commercial shoot.  We are pretty excited to switch coasts and "enjoy" some 90 degree weather. 

Sometimes we are asked the question, "How do you pack enough clothing options for such dramatic weather changes?"  

I always have to think about whether I want to admit to this kind, inquisitive questioner that we are theoretically prepared for all kinds of weather, but in real life, no. For example, each of us has a really highly-rated rain jacket and rain pants, just in case. But, when it rains, are these items of clothing ever near us?

No.

They are in the car when we are not, or not in the car when we are.  Isn't this typical?

There was a two month period of time last summer when I weirdly kept both kids' swimsuits neatly folded in the bottom of my purse. It turned out to be a rather river/lake/pool-less summer and I took them out eventually. Only to check ourselves into a two week long streak of awesome hotel pools.

From Hong Kong.

Salt Lake Utah Lifestyle Photographer
Salt Lake Utah Lifestyle Photographer
Salt Lake Utah Lifestyle Photographer
Salt Lake Utah Lifestyle Photographer
Salt Lake Utah Lifestyle Photographer
Salt Lake Utah Lifestyle Photographer
Salt Lake Utah Lifestyle Photographer

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