Monthly Archives: May 2010


I spotted this seagull last Saturday at twilight. It looks regal. Regal seagull — a little rhyme for your Friday afternoon. Happy Friday + happy holiday weekend!

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Boston In The Springtime

As I mentioned Monday, Eric and I spent Saturday wandering around Boston. We started at the Public Garden. Then we spent some time in Beacon Hill, and visited Boston’s most photographed street (at least that’s what I’ve been told). By that time I was getting hungry, so we walked to Newbury Street to look for […]

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little miss spy Thanks!

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Hoping you have a wonderful week filled with inspiration and laughter,


Seriously, how cute are these pigtails? We saw this little girl on Saturday afternoon in the Public Garden. It was a beautiful day for swan boat rides, picnics, and playing in the grass. Families in the park make me smile. I took close to 300 pictures while we wandered around the city, so I’ll certainly […]

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Remembering A Birthday

Birthdays are for celebrating and today would have been Tom’s 29th, so I lit a candle for him when I woke up. If you knew him, I hope you stop and make a birthday wish on his behalf. Even if you didn’t, go ahead and wish for something; it’ll be fun! Maybe go eat some […]

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One Year Down, One To Go

You guys. Do you know what happened today? Eric took his 5th four hour final of the semester, which means he has officially completed his first year at Harvard Business School! Just over a year ago we found out that he was accepted; I can’t believe how quickly the time has passed. In that time […]

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gramma I am proud of Eric, too and happy for both of you.

Minot Rose Garden

Eric and I have this 3 mile walk that we like to do. The best part is that there’s a fantastic public rose garden right around the halfway point. We’ve been walking past it and inspecting the rose bushes for a few weeks now, in anticipation. Obviously we were in luck this past weekend! There […]

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gramma Happy to see that you stop to smell the roses. I wish more people did the same. Their lives would be better for it.

Cambridge Side – Charles River

I took this picture a few weeks ago. I think it looks like a postcard with the geese and the trees. My Gramma hates Canadian Geese because they take over her town when they migrate; they make it messy, if you know what I’m saying. So whenever I see them I think of my Gramma […]

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gramma Well, now I won't mind the geese as much.
What about the DEER?

On The Windowsill

These are from the bouquet Eric bought for me. We didn’t have a vase big enough to fit all of the flowers, so I separated some out and put them into this old milk bottle. They looked so pretty on the windowsill yesterday afternoon. I like the way the stems are all lit up while […]

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Anonymous a beautiful photo…a lot of dramatic lighting.

Hot Pink

This is another picture from Friday, while we were in Cambridge. This hot pink ribbon was holding on to some balloons. Pink, balloons, and springtime – well that’s an awesome combo! Sorry for the super quick post. I’m headed out the door. Later gators! *A green-inspired Lost in Thoughts today over at ELM.

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Brick Red

On Friday afternoon we had ice cream in Harvard Square. This was my view from our outdoor table. Brick red: oh, so nice!

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