When I first started taking the train to NYC for work every week, I’d stuff all of my belongings in my everyday purse. It’s a slightly larger bag, though not of the used-to-be-trendy oversized variety.
My mom and I cruised through the new season of The Great British Baking Show over the weekend. This was mostly due to the fact that I finally restored their Netflix connection while I was
Jenny and I went to a lantern festival on Sunday night, and it was both out-of-this-world beautiful and exactly like real life. When we arrived and picked up our lanterns, we received: 1) a paper
Nearly 12 weeks ago, I set out to document 100 Days of Summer. Daily highlights were compiled in a list and photos were added to a (now giant and needs-to-be-updated) Instagram Story in an effort
August and September are… full. I saw a meme awhile ago that said, “Being an adult is saying, ‘I think things will slow down in a week or two!’ over and over again until you
Jenny and I played a lot of ping pong in Green Bay. This is not a typical recreational activity for either of us, nor is it something we’ve done all that much in trips past.
Let’s talk about the last day of vacation. It always strikes me as a little bit bananas and Twilight Zone-y that the second you step back into life at home, the magic of vacation starts
While Olive (Jenny’s dog/the house dog/the It Takes A Village community dog) may lack the ability to have anything resembling an “indoor voice,” she does not lack for personality. Currently, her most endearing quirk is
Preface: Between a few extra busy work weeks and planning for vacation to Green Bay next week, I felt like I didn’t have anything substantial to share today. But I’m on a 4-week streak of
Summers in Pennsylvania were the highlight of my year as a kid. Every summer, my mom and I would drive down from New York and spend a week visiting her side of the family in