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Fall Front Porch

The only thing more Fall than arriving home to a fully decorated front porch covered in leaves, pumpkins, gourds and mums, is wearing matching flannel with your pets! After a quick trip to Joann’s to pick up flannel material, I cut a 20×20 inch square for Delila’s bandana and the same dimensions for Angela’s, except…

Fall Farm Stands

Skirt // Heels I love wearing heels, even if I’m just going to a farm stand or Walmart. I like being 3-4 inches taller and if you ask me, it’s easier to walk in heels than flat shoes. While I’m sure I look ridiculous to everyone else, my heels are the most comfortable shoes I own.…

Nissitissit Covered Bridge

Nissitissit Covered Bridge, located at 1 Mason Road in Brookline, New Hampshire, is directly across the street from a tiny, sad looking covered bridge that comes into your line of vision first. Don’t be fooled and don’t miss this bridge, it’s the one on the left! Before heading back to school, my parents and I…

Castle Hill

For the past couple of weeks, I feel as though I haven’t left my desk. I’ve been studying an insane amount, and I can’t wait until I’m done. All the time trapped inside makes the few times I can actually leave my house and go somewhere all the more fun. Over the summers, I’ve spent…

Sunflower Season

Although it seems early this year, sunflower season is already in full swing. It’s hard to believe it’s already the end of July. I’ve finally finished my summer classes and started studying for the LSAT.  Taking fun study breaks is going to be essential up until test day and a quick ride to the Buttonwood’s…

Lover’s Leap Bridge

This beautiful red bridge has been on my list of spots to visit since September. I initially intended to visit in the fall, until I realized that it was a full two hours west in New Milford, Connecticut. Fortunately, this past week I got the chance to visit, along with a couple of other spots.…