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‘Tis The Season

  I love starting the Christmas season with a trip to Union Station. The wreaths out front and the bow garlands hung in the walkways are so festive and cute. While last year’s trip happened to coincide with the first snow, the sunshine was equally as welcome. I also wore almost the exact outfit as…

Christmas Compilation

As the Christmas season winds down, I have a few random festive photos left to share. Since almost none of them have anything in common other than Christmas, I decided to compile them here. The National Christmas Tree For the past two years, my friend Andrew (Teen Take) and I have made it a tradition…

Merry Mansions

A few days before Christmas, Delila and I went for a stroll down Bellevue and checked out the exterior of the Newport mansions, all decorated for Christmas. She loved getting out, sniffing around and seeing a part of the state she never had before. I took the walk as an excuse to wear my favorite…

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas! My holiday began on Christmas Eve when I lectored the Christmas Eve vigil mass before heading home, eating way too many cookies, and falling asleep happily in my Christmas bedding. The next morning, my parents and I woke up, in matching pajamas, to a white Christmas! The trees and ground were covered in…

On The Nauti-List

Every year, someone puts up a Christmas tree on Second Beach in Middletown and it’s the cutest thing ever. What screams ‘Christmas in Rhode Island’ more than a Christmas tree on the beach? Nothing! Delila was absolutely delighted by both the tree and the beach. You should’ve seen her excited expressions as she sniffed the…

Oh Christmas Tree

We finally got our tree! It’s a little short and slightly scrawny, but with lights and ornaments on, it will be perfect. Every year, we go to the same place to get our tree. Ironically, it’s not a Christmas tree farm, but a man’s backyard. We would rather find a natural looking tree with character…

City Snow

Experiencing the first snow of the season in a city is a bit depressing as the snow melts the second it hits the pavement, yet it’s still exciting to feel like you’re living in a snowglobe. I ended up in CityCenter and instantly gravitated towards the large Christmas tree which I soon realized was artificial…