opening the floodgates…

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

Remember when I went to the Boston Globe Travel Show and all of a sudden I kept getting calls saying I won a free trip to anywhere? The catch was that in order to earn what I had allegedly won, I had to go watch a presentation at a hotel in the middle of nowhere […]

a sign of hospitality, with milk

Saturday, October 10th, 2009

To many, a pineapple symbolizes hospitality. To me, it’s a tea kettle. Last weekend, whilst dress shopping, my mom and I stopped in to visit her cousin, as she lives in the area. We came unannounced and despite the surprise, the water in her tea kettle was practically boiling before we had a chance to […]

macro mode

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

Taking a good picture is important. Whether you are traveling to the ends of the earth, going away for the weekend or even taking the day to celebrate two good friends getting married, failing to capture the moments can make you full of regrets. As I’ve mentioned before, getting better at taking good photos is […]

a wedding getaway

Tuesday, July 14th, 2009

This weekend I went to one of the most beautiful weddings ever and I’m not just saying that because the bride and groom are close friends. For the past few weeks, most of New England was hit with rain that seemed like it would never end, but the second this special weekend arrived, the sun […]

high school to cali and back

Thursday, July 9th, 2009

This weekend Mike and I are heading to Narragansett, Rhode Island, where I will have the honor of being in the wedding of one of my best friends from high school. We’ve definitely grown up since then… In 2005, after we both graduated from our respective colleges, I came back to Boston and my friend […]

wedding weekend

Monday, January 12th, 2009

It’s official. No, readers I know in person, no need to grab my left hand before saying hello to me the next time we see each other. What I mean is, I have officially entered the time in my life where all of my friends will begin to get married, snowballing into a mass of […]