Tag Archives: Vermont

Grief

Disclaimer: I love the 90s, for a lot of reasons and not the least of which is because they feel like a simpler, safer and more carefree time. I recognize this likely has a lot to do with the fact … 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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Whimsy up your weekend, post numero seis: A few of my favorite things about VT

Growing up in Vermont, I wasn’t that impressed by it.  I mean, sure, I loved the sweet smells that came with each season, overcast but brilliant fall days and, in my teen years, the fact that rural living provided an … Continue reading

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Fall memories from summer

I was walking around a local branch of a well-known greeting card store recently and browsing their Halloween cards.  One card played “scary” sounds upon opening it, like creepy music, howling and boo-ing (is that a verb?).  It totally brought … 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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