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Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!!! Have fun celebrating tonight, especially if you end up going to Salem, MA! Dry up your tears surviving friends Mourn not for me, but for your sins! Die unto sin, but live to God! The grave must soon be your abode.

Goodbye 2015, Hello 2016!

Goodbye 2015, Hello 2016!

What a year it has been!   Between the record snows of February curtailing almost ANY travel, even to the grocery store, to my first attempt at a ropes course and chasing fall foliage throughout New England, it was a great year. It saw us attempt (and successfully complete) our first ever 2 country trip (with plans to go back!!) and use our local beaches on an almost weekly basis. 2015 was pretty darn great. 2016, though, should be amazing….

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Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween! Living in New England, we have the chance to be spooky almost all year round with our historic burial grounds scattered throughout the area (as long as the snow isn’t too high!). Here are some of my favorite photographs that I’ve taken at cemeteries this past month:   The Death’s Head is one of my most favorite images in the world. Watching it evolve from the simplistic circle with two dead eyes and a long nose over to…

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10 Great Gifts for Travelers!

10 Great Gifts for Travelers!

By now, we all know that Etsy.com is the place to go when you are planning for a wedding. You can find amazing things there! I even bought my paper wedding bouquet and all our flowers from an Etsy vendor and they were amazing. ¬†However, did you know that there is a growing trend of travel gifts?   I was just noticing this as I was starting my annual gathering of ideas for my large family. There are some amazing…

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Storming the Crowds…

Storming the Crowds…

We’re back from Europe, and it’s time for us to decompress and think about what we have seen and done during the last week. To be as timely as possible, we’ll discuss the Bastille Day fireworks we watched in Paris, but we will post about other events from our European trip. Fireworks seem ubiquitous during the American summer. Beginning around Independence Day, almost everyone watches those colorful explosions twinkle in the night sky, usually ending in a loud, intense finale….

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Happy Fourth!

Happy Fourth!

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