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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.…

Mount Blue

The Centerville Trail in Mount Blue State Park is one we’ve hiked probably three times already. Once when I was little, once a few years ago, and once this trip. The trail to the top is short and easy; even easier if you have a big Doberman to drag you up. The view is absolutely…

Lake Days

We could not have caught a better week weather wise. The days have been sunny and 75 and the nights have been perfect for sleeping. I’ve managed to get a little tan, and not a farmer-tan this time!!! One day of our trip was spent at scenic Wilson Pond in Wilton, which has clean, clear…

We’re in Maine!

Every July, for as long as I can remember, my parents and I have come up to The Camp in Maine for vacation. It’s so relaxing and there is no pressure to go see or do anything which gives me a chance to read for fun, paint and shoot. While returning to the same place…

Happy Fourth!

Happy Independence Day! I think this year was one of the most low-key Fourths I’ve had in awhile, maybe forever. When I was younger, my family would always spend the holiday in Maine and watch the small town parade in the morning, followed by a long day at the river. Today, though, was spent baking…