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Dock Days of Summer

It still doesn’t feel quite like summer here in Rhode Island. Some days it gets there, but more often than not, it’s been in the 60s which requires long sleeves or a jacket, at least for me.  Enter the perfect spring/early summer jacket. This pink gingham trench is adorable and even comes in a black…

Spring By The Sea

Some days, you have to throw on your Sunday best, muddy a pair of white heels and twirl by the daffodils by the sea. This past weekend was Newport’s Daffodil Days Festival. Daffodils were blooming all over the island, along the Cliff Walk and covering fields. While it was gloomy and foggy, the yellow blooms provided…

Waiting on Spring

For a few days, it actually felt like spring. Trees were blooming, daffodil sprouts were popping up, and then this morning it was 21; WAY too cold for March! Next week, I’ll be home for spring break and by the time I get back, it will be mid-march which should mean real spring will be…

Eyelets and Blooms

I am so over studying. All I want to do is eat cupcakes and not be focused on schoolwork. While I know I only have 5 days left of the semester, it couldn’t feel any farther away. All I want to do is go for a walk around Georgetown, pick up cupcakes, and look at…

Checks, Pumps and Pillars

With less than a week left living in D.C. until the Fall, I’m starting to think that I actually might miss it. Although I’m beyond excited to go home, it’s going to be strange not to be able to visit the Jefferson Memorial on a whim or be able to go visit Georgetown, a Smithsonian…

Stripes on the Potomac

Yesterday afternoon a friend and I took a trip to Georgetown to walk around the Potomac and look for a house with Wisteria that I’d found on Pinterest. We walked from campus to the Georgetown Waterfront, up and down the boardwalk, watching crew teams speedily float by. Afterwards, we walked back up to M Street and…