The Good List: Daydreaming in the bath; like when you were little. What I’m Here For Survival of the Fittest: January was a long year, but we made it! I couldn’t be more happy to be 1/12 of the way done with the year and am looking forward to getting closer to some of my … Continue reading Sweet Sunday No. 33
I’ve been back from Boston for a week now and my heart is still desperately wishing it was still there...along with the rest of my body! Between lobster rolls, chowdah, creme pies & street cookies - I couldn’t feel more at home anywhere else. It also doesn’t help that it’s so easy to walk it … Continue reading Lobstah Rolls & Perfect Weather
The Good List: Car keys in the harbor, lobster on a roll & time to think and relax. What I’m Here For I-See-You Bowls: I have been feeling less than lately. There are just a ridiculous amount of life changes coming at me and it’s hard to keep up. The first thing that slid was … Continue reading Sweet Sunday No. 15
“One sock, two socks – Red Sox, blue socks…” My dream, my light, my life, and my dream baby daddy (Hey Xander) all rallied together to welcome me to home plate in Fenway. Just kidding, although that totally is a dream of mine, so Fenway if you catch wind of this article then let’s … Continue reading One Sock, Two Socks…
Okay, if you didn’t know that the title references Lil’ Troy then unsubscribe…it’s just not worth it!! The number one place that I wanted to wine or dine at was The Highball. It’s a really trendy lounge in the heart of Downtown Boston and I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t invested in … Continue reading Wanna be a Baller, Shot Caller…
A day worth remembering was when we loaded up the boat, sailed out into the harbor, and went whale watching. I know what you’re thinking, am I 70 years old? But, hear me out because you know I live for being on the water and that I love nothing more than experiencing unique events. … Continue reading It’s a Whale of a Time!
There’s a majestic little restaurant right down the cobblestone way from The Green Dragon called Ye Olde Union Oyster House. The Oyster House is over 250 years old and holds all of the charm that an old family member would. Fun Fact: the first toothpick, yes all of you Texans read that right, was first … Continue reading Well Shucks!
“I think I’ll go to Boston, I think that I was tired. I think I need a new town to leave this all behind.” I would definitely confirm that I am first and foremost a tea girl and the thought of dumping tea into a harbor kind of gives me a little bit of … Continue reading I Think That I Was Tired
As promised, I am back on schedule (whoo-hoo) and ready to dig into the fish and chips with you. About halfway through The Freedom Trail, you come along a narrow street that holds a real gem…the oldest tavern in the United States. The entire tavern is full of Irish immigrants who know the ends and … Continue reading Green Dragon. Not Dracarys.
In case you didn’t know by now, I am back after a short hiatus where I really just needed to get it together. I am now ready to talk about my favorite city in America, Boston. In Boston as it is in Heaven, I’ve never felt more alive than when I was navigating the … Continue reading She said, “I think I’ll Go to Boston”