Saturday, January 31, 2015

Walk Like A Pilgrim

Exploring Plymouth on a cold day in January made us feel quite 1600s. The wind whipped, the streets were mostly empty, and we adventured around with no definite place to be.

This is what we found::










We walked allllll the way to the end :)

 Victory!

 Lobster trap Christmas "tree"!










Lobster Bisque and fresh fish from a little shop by the sea finished off our morning in Plymouth. Exploring beautiful New England together is one of my very favorite things to do. 
Thanks pilgrims!

Christmas Card 2014

Well I'm just hopping back and forth a lot aren't I? Just trying to catch up, because I feel like a lot will happen this year that I want to document :)

^^The card we sent out, via e-mail^^

And the note we sent with it:
(address removed because this blog is still open to the big wide world. But if you really want to send us that big package of European dark chocolate just shoot me an email and I'll give you our home address ;)

Snow Day, 1.24.15

Our first real snow in Boston came on a lovely Saturday morning, so we turned it into a morning of fun around Fresh Pond. We played with the dogs, had a snowball fight, took a few goes in the sled, and walked and walked. Everything was a beautiful sparkling white, and the snow was the perfect packing snow. I haven't been this excited to see snow in years. I don't know if it's because  the snow held out until late January, or maybe I just have really needed the soft, relaxing beauty that the snow brings to the city. But whatever the reason, I have been giddy as we've had a whole bunch sprinkled down on us lately.
Blizzard Juno post coming up soon :) That brought a whole different kind of snow day.


















Then a nap because that's what we do ;)

Friday, January 30, 2015

Wreath Making 2014

Did you know I made a wreath? That wonderful New England tradition carried on and was fantastic this year, as always. It's my one day a year to get crafty, and I embrace it! ;)

Our wreath stayed up all through the month and into January, sprinkling it's sweet smelling needles all over the studio ;)