We are the grandchildren of the witches you could not hang. I’m about to show my nerdy side here, so brace yourself: I am fascinated by the Salem Witch Trials. The history is just… well, it’s hard to believe that it happened. I’ve been intrigued since I was a young girl when my mother took me to…… Continue reading Daycation: Exploring the History of Salem, Massachusetts
As promised, a recap and review of Arikok National Park! This was definitely our most adventurous day on our honeymoon, but it was definitely a great time and so worth putting relaxing on hold! (But don’t worry, we got right back to it by happy hour.) Arikok National Park was the main reason we rented…… Continue reading Arikok National Park Recap and Review
Do we have to go home? I keep asking E if we can just ditch our real lives and be real life pirates of the Caribbean. I mean, hello, he did vow to support me in whatever I decide to do with my life, and being a pirate would be perfect, right? Right?? All you…… Continue reading Honeymooning In Aruba, Days 2 & 3
We arrived in Aruba yesterday! And I’m taking advantage of the fact that my handsome husband likes to sleep in to write a post about it. 😉 Before we left I was having major, major anxiety. Can you blame me? Not only is anxiety before travel somewhat normal for me (see Wanderlusting: Pre-Trip Anxiety), it was…… Continue reading Hello, Aruba!
Recently, my baby sister moved into a gorgeous apartment located in Rhode Island. I was finally able to visit her today, so my husband and I hopped in the car early enough to beat Cape Cod traffic and got to her (after a really confusing GPS navigation) about two hours later. She gave us a…… Continue reading Hidden Gem: Beavertail State Park, Jamestown, Rhode Island
**Note: I wrote this for a Fiction Writing class in 2013. I rediscovered it on my Google Drive today and thought I would share it. Not a traditional blog post, this fictional story draws vaguely on personal experience. Maybe I’ll share that sometime. 🙂 ❤ enjoy! How To Come Home From an International Vacation First…… Continue reading How To Come Home From an International Vacation
I’m about to get raw with you, so bear with me. As many of you know, I was in a serious accident in January. It rocked my world and not in a good way. Not only did it happen to begin with, it happened while I was living out my lifelong dream of traveling. I’ve…… Continue reading The Happy Ending I’m Working On
Who doesn’t like ice cream? Ice cream is one of those foods that unite everyone, like pizza- you can’t not like some sort of variation of it. For our wedding, E and I were lucky enough to receive a Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and dessert recipe book, all the ice cream toppings, bowls, spoons, you…… Continue reading Snickers, Strawberries and Cookie Dough, Oh My!: Adventures in Ice Cream Making (recipes, too!)
Costa Rica was beautiful, for the whole two days I was there. On Monday I was involved in a jet ski accident. No one saw it happen and I have no memory of it, but my best guess is that I was too close to shore when a wave crested, knocking me on the sand…… Continue reading A Sudden and Dramatic Goodbye: My Emergency in Costa Rica
Pura vida! I arrived in Costa Rica Saturday evening after a long journey- I woke up from a couple hours sleep at my father’s house on my hard old mattress (seriously, the thing belonged to my great aunt when she was a girl living in the house). My loving fiancé drove us to the Boston…… Continue reading Hello, Costa Rica!