WILLIAMSON FAMILY

Awww geez. How can I even BEGIN to talk about these amazing people? Abby and I (yes, we have the same name. No we are not twins. Yes, that is a real question we have been asked many times by dense people) have been friends for more than 20 years. Wüt. We (along with our other 1/3, Jessa) have been truly, deeply besties for most of that time. This friendship has been one of the most shaping influences of my life. I am so profoundly grateful for Abby, and now Ross, her husband, and JUDE, their sweet little 11 month old. 

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The Williamsons are back in the US for a year, preparing to move to Nepal in 2018. They are one of the most rad families I know. Their wedding was my favorite wedding I've ever been to, because the people who know and love them are so fantastic and lead such fascinating, inspiring lives. That alone says a lot about Abby and Ross. Between the two of them, they've lived in Afghanistan, Nepal, Indonesia, and South Korea, and traveled extensively beyond that. Their kid already has like, I don't know, 6 countries in his passport or something. DANG JUDE. 

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We spent a sweaty evening romping around the Eno River Walk in Hillsborough, and had a great time catching up on life since the last time we all saw each other (like 18 months ago - we added two kids to the posse in that time span!). I'm really thankful to be living in the same area as them again (Abby and I grew up in RDU together, and then lived in Seattle together for 3 years), and am excited to hang out in the time before they move to Nepal. 

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Wish them well as they prepare for the next (huge) adventure, and check out their blog for more updates (click"join us!") : http://wewilliamsons.com