I'm quite behind on some things I'd like to blog, but today I've been distracted by the joy that autumn brings. Here are all the things I'd like to find time to do before the most wonderful time of the year is over. (Why are there no songs for this season?!) Go apple-picking. Bake an … Continue reading Fall Checklist
Earlier last month Maggie, Heidi, and I drove up to Portland, Maine. We stopped first at the Allagash Brewery and were able to get in on the tour of the brewery. It was a really interesting tour--the guy leading it was super knowledgeable about everything. You could tell he just loves what he does. I … Continue reading Portland, ME
Exactly a month ago Avila was visiting Boston. The Red Sox had just won the World Series, so we celebrated with Boston by watching the World Series Parade over on Tremont & Boylston with Sabrina. It was great being able to go, since I had to miss both parades in SF when the Giants won. … Continue reading World Series Champions & Providence, RI
Back in October I participated in a soccer tournament with my work. Yes, you read that correctly--I played soccer. Our Northeast offices got together in Elizabeth, NJ to play. There needed to be at least one girl playing per team at all times, so my co-worker convinced me that I should go to help with … Continue reading Elizabeth, NJ and Soccer
Last month I got to go to Stowe Mountain Lodge in Stowe, VT with my office. It is so beautiful there. Vermont is well known for skiing, but fall is actually their busiest season since it doesn't last for very long. The leaves are beautiful one day and withering on the ground the next. We … Continue reading Stowe, VT
Last week was my three monthaversary as a Boston resident. Life's going by so quickly. I feel like I'm running on a treadmill that's moving faster than I can run--but in a good way. In three short months I've learned more about myself and enjoyed life more than I think I ever have. It's all very … Continue reading Three Months in Boston
"It was November--the month of crimson sunsets, parting birds, deep, sad hymns of the sea, passionate wind-songs in the pines."