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Georgetown Glow

Georgetown Glow has long since past and to be totally honest, I forgot I even had this post put together. However, if I don’t post them now I never will. I wish the light displays were kept up for longer in Georgetown, maybe after the new year through January to make the frigid month more…

Tartan Breakers

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Merry Christmas!

Vest Merry Christmas! Today my family kept it low key with presents in the morning followed by prime rib. This year, we got Delila a bison flavored bone and it has already backfired. She is so materialistic. Every time she gets a new toy, she becomes so attached to it that she will growl and…

Trucks & Trees

After a couple of years having slightly sparse trees, we decided to make sure we found a fuller one this year. As we loaded our tree into the bed of the truck, I realized it was twinning with my sweater. This turtleneck is so cute and so warm. Every couple of years, Talbot’s comes out with…

Capitol Christmas Tree

The Christmas tree outside the Capitol has to be my favorite in the city. It’s actually real and unlike the one at the White House, doesn’t have a weird shaped net over it. It’s more natural and has more character. Every time I go to see this tree, it’s absolutely freezing and windy. Thankfully, when…

Oh Christmas Sea

It feels so good to finally be home! I still have quite a few Christmas posts from when I was at school to get up, but this one can’t wait. Yesterday, Dad, Delila and I drove down to Newport to see the decorations and this Christmas tree on Second Beach in Middletown. I have no…

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…