Downeast Maine is rich in history and natural treasures.
Life. Left Handed.
Are you always looking for fun things to do with your little ones? If you are new to the area or visiting then here are some outings from an I.E. native. Here are a few inexpensive outings that an adventurous momma can take sans significant other on a […]
Wake up to the sound of the serene river, the green glow of moss and the smell of giant pine trees creating a thick canopy above you.
I get this question a lot, “Isn’t it hard?” Followed by, “How do you do it?” I think I’ve already begun to answer the latter, so let me address the former.
Another side of New York: Cazenovia In the summer of 2016 my husband was working on a wind farm on the edge of the finger lakes region of upstate New York. When my plane landed in Albany, I loaded up my 10 month old and we drove 2 […]
After working nearly non-stop for so many years, I didn’t know how to run at a lower gear. I didn’t have any patience left in me. So, I made a list of things I had been meaning to do and I began it. The first one was to […]
Walking through Quebec City is like taking a stroll through a history book where New England and New France collided and French culture still prevails.
I started traveling to fulfill the very short bucket list of an immature 20 year old. I find that I now travel with few expectations and seem to be writing my bucket list in reverse. So, as my husband and I stumble upon some quite jaw-dropping, soul-touching, mind-blowing, […]
There is a place Nicaragua where you can stare into the pit of an active volcano. When you check-in at the front desk of the museum the attendant will show you a photo of a white pickup truck with a two foot wide rock sitting in a concave […]
I figured I would go crazy being a stay-at-home-mother, having only known the fast paced life and satisfaction of gainful employment. I wondered if I would even be a good mother, knowing my patience had been worn out by so many years of customer service.