I just realized it’s been four months since I’ve written a feature. Finally over the hump! Phew. And here she is. I heard a quote on the radio the other day that really resonated with me and properly sums up my writing experience: “I hate to write, but I love having written.” Thank you to
I spent the weekend in Boston as a tourist for the first time. We cashed in hotel points from years of work-related travel and hunkered down at a Hyatt Regency with the kids. Because temperatures were in the 90s and the humidity was obscenely high, most of the weekend was spent with fountain-soaked children in
Charles River in Summer
A late morning soundcheck for the Mighty Mighty Bosstones at Boston Common for the Outside the Box concert.
Boston Public Garden at sunset
Boston Children’s Museum climbing structure
We took the girls into Boston yesterday afternoon to enjoy some time in Faneuil Hall Marketplace and see some street performances. This one was by far the best, but the kids were a little freaked out by it for some reason.
Boylston Street, Boston I’ve been trying to process what happened in Boston a little over a week ago. After becoming so consumed by reading the news that I did a number on both my head and my stomach a little break was in order. I’m now trying to think about other things and read other
Great service dog story from Boston.com. Photo by Found Animals Association as found on Flickr.
Thoughtful piece on Boston’s collective delusion.
Here’s a visual list of supposedly “weird” things about Boston found at Boston.com ~ I don’t think most of them are all that weird, but perhaps it’s because I’m a native. What I do find weird are street names that change depending on which direction you drive. I’m surrounded by streets that have one name
MFA Buddhist Temple Room
~ For some reason I found this very amusing this morning. I just needed something stupid and entertaining to start the day. http://www.boston.com/yourtown/specials/gallery/boston_harlem_shake/