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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…

Cupid’s Caboose

This outfit made me feel a valentine. From the scallops on my skirt to the ruffle on my sweater to the red and pink colors to the pearl around my neck, everything about this look screams “IT’S VALENTINES DAY!” This old caboose was so fun to climb on and explore, despite the signs requesting that…

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…

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…

Capitol Christmas

Only ten days until Christmas! Fortunately, I’m done for the semester and now home with my family getting in the Christmas spirit but before I left, Zac and I were able to make a quick afternoon trip to the Capitol to take our “Christmas card” photos! I love how they turned out. Somehow, despite being…

Green and Marble Gates

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! To brave the day’s frigid temperature, I layered a white button down with this green cable knit sweater and added a matching green and blue necklace. It was the perfect outfit to drive around Newport in and do some shopping before heading to lunch. If it had been about 40° warmer and…

Dashing Through the Snow

There’s nothing exciting as the first real snow of the season, when you wake up and see everything covered in a sparkling blanket of white. Although Rhode Island experienced its first real snowfall while I was in DC, this was my first snow of the year! Although I found myself home alone, I was desperate…