Scotland Itinerary Part 2

The second part of our Scotland trip began with a bit of travel. Thankfully, we had our driver Bob, which meant we could spend the ride playing games of rock paper scissors and having thumb wars. We started the morning at the Culloden Battlefield, the site of the Jacobite Rising. The battlefield has been preserved and the museum created by the National Trust is incredibly informative. As we walked through, there were museum guides showcasing traditional weaponry (even the kids got to hold the swords!) and films depicting the event. My cousins loved running down the paths of the battlefield,…

Scotland Itinerary Part 1

This is the first post of many that I’ll be writing about my family’s recent trip to Scotland, Ireland, and England. I’m starting with Scotland because, well, that’s where we started. For my grandparent’s fiftieth wedding anniversary, they planned a huge trip. My uncle, aunt, and three little cousins have lived in the Netherlands for the past few years. In order to get us all together, it made the most sense to go to them. We flew a red-eye from Logan to Heathrow. I slept a whole zero hours, even after two glasses of wine and a Benadryl. However, we…

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Viewed & Reviewed: Hamilton

Nobody deserves Eliza, but Eliza… – Emily Wirth  Yesterday my sister, dad, and I went to see the second to last performance of “Hamilton”. The Providence Performing Arts Center had been hosting the show for two weeks and Rhode Island was going nuts. The theatre announced over a year ago that Hamilton was part of their 2018/2019 season. No one thought they were going to be able to snag tickets. However, Emily got online right when everything went on sale. We got great seats and we were pleasantly surprised that the show cost only slightly more than others we’ve seen in Providence.…

Garden Update

I’m back with another little garden update for you because I am so unbelievably excited about our last garden harvest! (Note: the zucchini in the photo below was gifted- our garden isn’t quite big enough to grow it, unfortunately.) This week after I got back from Texas I spent a bit of time each day tending to the garden. It’s crazy how much things change in such a short time! The first thing I was able to harvest were our re-planted beans and radishes. The replanted seeds definitely didn’t do as well, however, we still got some decent produce for…

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This weekend, Newport will be hosting the Newport Folk Festival on the grounds of Fort Adams. It is the first year in a while that my family won’t be going (we agreed that after last year’s amazing sets, we could afford to take a year off). Still, that doesn’t mean I’m not indulging in my share of ‘folkin good music. This playlist is a compilation of the favorite artists who I’ve seen at the Newport Folk Festival over the past few years. From the Lumineers to Shakey Graves, Deer Tick and Dawes – there are some great bands and great…

Texas Itinerary Part 2

Our time in Texas was packed, to say the least. I wanted to bring my friends to all my favorite places, to partake in all the things I remember doing so frequently as a kid. We started Friday morning at the pool, soaking in the water and laying out. We had the most ideal weather the week we were in Texas, even despite the hundred degree temperatures. Honestly, by the end of the week, we were used to it. After a morning in the sun, we made our way over to Grapevine, Texas. Walking down Main Street is such fun…

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