After a long, exhausting day, I saw this from the train. Nice, huh?
Tag Archives: Cambridge
On Saturday we parked the car and I looked out the window only to be surprised by this hilarious little dog in the neighboring car. First he was all smiles. When I got out of the car, he bared his teeth. Then he smiled again. Then he closed his mouth. Then more teeth followed by […]
On Saturday, Eric and I spent some time watching the 46th Head of the Charles Regatta. It was a great day to be outside and there were all sorts of booths set up handing out free snacks! We watched from the Cambridge side of the river, and it was pretty cool how many people turned out […]
Yesterday Eric and I decided to go to the Salvation Army. We looked online to find a location, and we were directed to Cambridge. When we got there, we realized we were on some sort of parade route. (It’s not the first time we’ve stumbled upon a parade.) It was pretty exciting, and we walked […]
Yesterday, Eric was doing some school stuff, so I caught a ride to HBS to do some work before meeting a friend in Harvard Square. I enjoy working at the school, because it’s a nice change of scenery. Spangler was deserted and peaceful; no distractions whatsoever. I worked quickly, and then headed to Harvard Square early to […]
On Saturday, I met up with my beach buddies outside the Au Bon Pain in Harvard Square. It’s a great place to people watch and take portraits unobserved. It was pretty early, so it wasn’t yet bustling. Most people were grabbing some coffee or sitting down with a bagel. Also, it was a perfect day!
On Wednesday, I went for a walk with some friends. We visited some of the historic landmarks in Cambridge. We started at Cambridge Common, at the gate you see above. We also checked out a really old cemetery, The Longfellow House (pictured below), and the Cambridge Historical Society. We made a few other stops and saw […]
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 […]
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.