Burlington is a city that I have memories attached to from a very young age. Shoe shopping at the corner shoe store, eating lunch at the luncheonette attached to the 5 and 10, visiting my grandmother at work, the list could go on. As time will often do to a city, there was a period of… Continue reading Burlieve In Burlington (And Fall Festival Season)
With a chill in the air.... No, just kidding. There was definitely no chill in the air on the Saturday night I attended my very first Witches Ball. As the streets of Mill Race Village in Mount Holly, New Jersey shut down, they filled with demons and ghosts and of course, witches. Under the watchful… Continue reading The Witches Ball
Nashville is a city that I felt that I would love before I ever visited. When I finally got there, that feeling was confirmed. While Nashville is synonymous with country music, there is an eclectic nature and a funky art vibe, especially in East Nashville which is where I stayed on my first visit. As a first-timer, the long… Continue reading Believe In Nashville
Somehow summer has raced by and while I wish I could tell you that I've spent the past months filling my time with travel and adventures in unfamiliar places, I have not. No, my summer was spent as it is spent for many an adult with a full-time job and responsibilities: Doing the 9-5 grind, trying to… Continue reading Wanderlust and Roots
On Wednesday we go wordless...
I love baseball. Spending a Sunday afternoon at the ballpark is a summer day well spent. Growing up, my first baseball game was at Veterans Stadium and now I frequent Citizens Bank Park, home of the Phillies. When I'm traveling, I always find it a plus if I can take in a ball game. Nationals… Continue reading Nationals Park