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Just a quick Hi

Hi everyone! Are you still waiting for me? Oh my, you are wonderful! I’m finally starting to mend, at least my legs and back. The shingles continue to hang on. 362 more words


Walking the Freedom Trail in Boston, Part 1

Boston’s Freedom Trail is a popular tourist attraction. Any time of the year droves of people meander along the brick lined streets marking the route. My friend Glenna and I started out at Park Street Church and made our way to Old North Church via Granery Burial Grounds, King’s Chapel, the Old City Hall towards Old South Meeting Hall, the Old State House, Quincy Market and  Faneuil Hall, through Little Italy, past Paul Revere’s house, to Copps Hill, and so many of the great landmarks of this historic city. 301 more words

Travel And Photography

You MUST eat here...Boston--

POW!  Here we are puttin’ a serious feed on at a place called The Daily Catch in Boston, Massachusetts.  I say if you find yourself hangin’ up in Beantown and you only have time to dine at one place, then this is the place to hit.   216 more words


Day 592: On her way

I was on my way to my car, after work yesterday, when “On Her Way” by Pat Metheny started playing.

(YouTube video found here) 531 more words

Personal Growth

for a cool 4.5 million, this can be yours

The Burrage Mansion / Boston, Massachusetts / Julie Cook / 2014


Masshole and Proud: My Love Letter to Boston

“Your resolve is unquestionable. Your character undeniable. Your history unparalleled. You’ve inspired us, all the way. You will again today.” – Donnie Wahlberg, on Boston after the marathon bombings in 2013… 1,581 more words

Personal Essay