I try very hard to keep a journal whenever I’m traveling. I find that many of the in-the-moment details tend to get lost in the bigger picture of the post-vacation memories and the journal always brings those moments back to life for me. Even if it means documenting the last two vacation days for the… Continue reading California Wrap-Up, Day 1.
The older I get the more interested I am in learning different languages. Unfortunately, the older I get the more mad I am about the fact that Virginia doesn’t start teaching a second language until middle school (or at least our county didn’t). Unless you were exposed to a second language through family members or… Continue reading Languages
What are your favorite fall memories? Hands down – mine revolve around weekends spent tailgating at Penn State. Over the past 2 weeks we’ve enjoyed 3 big Fall activities that I hope will be staples in my children’s memory bank. 1) A weekend in State College, PA with friends and family. 2) Our Annual trip… Continue reading Apple and Pumpkin Pickin’
With the cooler temps fast approaching and baseball AND football always on my TV, I feel like I can officially say goodbye to this summer. It was most definitely one of the more difficult summers of our married life, but where there are great trials and tribulations, there are often great rewards (if you have patience to… Continue reading Summer wrap-up
#3 typically posts on Wednesdays & she’s currently exploring Eastern Europe. Unfortunately, this has sent the wanderlust level sky high for the rest of the sisters stuck stateside. Ally & her husband and a few of their friends are exploring Prague today. Cue our Wednesday daydreaming now. We can’t wait to hear all about their… Continue reading Wanderlust Wednesday
Once upon a time, traveling never interested me, especially foreign travel. I never sought out (or knew to seek out) traveling opportunities in high school or college. One set of my grandparents never took trips longer than what they could accomplish on a bus and as a family of 7, our vacations were annual summer… Continue reading Wanderlust
Oh wedding season, and I can take that two different ways at this point. The first as literal season of the year, warm weather brings with it the most popular time to hold weddings. The second, as the season in my life when more and more of my friends decide to walk down the aisle… Continue reading A Wedding + Philadelphia