Tag Archives: reminiscing

Fall back in memories

Fall arrives at my doorstep and brings with it a variety of feelings. Fall is my favorite season, I’m totally head-over-heels for it, yeah, I fall for fall. There are many happy feelings I experience when I’m in the moment … Continue reading

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How I spent my 20s…

Mostly. Mostly I feel really good and really happy about how my life (to date) has turned out. I feel like, all things considered, I’ve done well (which as I’ve said speaks to a mixture of hard work and an … Continue reading

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Whimsy up your weekend post numero catorce: What it’s like growing up in the middle of nowhere

I grew up in a small affluent Vermont village…yes, village. Kids at my school had parents who took sabbaticals and lived as a family abroad in Europe for a year. Kids at my school were from families who owned islands, … Continue reading

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Another one year marker

The Boston Marathon bombing anniversary approaches the one year mark, as I discussed in my last post. But on a happier note, this post marks the (almost) one-year anniversary of when I began this blog. I “published” my first post on 4/13/13. This … Continue reading

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Whimsy up your weekend post numero once: And I will always love you, Boston!

As we approach the first anniversary of the bombings at the Boston Marathon last spring, my emotions are running high. Boston is an immensely important city to me for many reasons. I’ve spent a lot of time there. And being … Continue reading

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Whimsy up your weekend post numero dos: What I learned in Spain

I recently read an article about things you learn while studying abroad, including the fact that the study abroad experience is largely limited to privileged and resourced people.  I am one of the extremely privileged people who was able to … Continue reading

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Nostalgia at the Dump

I mentioned in my first post, that my fiancé and I were in the process of buying a home together.  Well, that happened and we’re now living in our new house.  I love it!  I was living in a city … Continue reading

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Running down the street and eating pizza while carrying a snowboard (aka my teenage years)

I spent a lot of my childhood, including my teenage years, roaming through forests that looked like this- I know that your early childhood is supposed to be a time of endless imagination and the ability to be amused by … Continue reading

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