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Late yesterday afternoon, I walked by the front window and happened to glance outside, toward the country road that passes in front of our house here in chic and trendy Dunstable… which, of course, is not chic – nor trendy – but is astoundingly beautiful in that New England-y farm-rolling pasture-cows-barns-church steeple-y way. 391 more words


Our Sexy Date ~ #MySexySaturday

Welcome to the 112th week of My Sexy Saturday.

This week’s theme: Our Sexy Date

A sexy date could be anything: the day they first went out, the day they first kissed, the day they got married. 476 more words


The First of Octember

The first of Octember is here. A cause for celebration in my world. Octember, or October as most people refer to it, is one of my favorite months. 654 more words


fromthestickstothebricksandbackagain reblogged this on from the sticks to the bricks and back again and commented:

Happy First of Octember! Octember is my favorite month of the year and this year I am looking forward to a month filled with blog posts dedicated to what makes it so special. Colorful leaves, things that go bump in the night, pumpkins and hot apple cider from a local New England farm stand.

How to make the world's best apple pie

It’s that time of year. Cool evenings, football games, pumpkins and apple pie.

Every since I can remember, my mom as been the queen of being able to just throw things together and come up with delicious meals and desserts! 589 more words

Family Fun

honey pot apple picking

The Fall is my absolute favorite time of year. Each year it somehow gets better. The weather is divine (so my hair looks awesome). And there is so much going on in New England. 252 more words



This is the third installment in the “What Alice and I Did On Our Summer Vacation” essay. You can find Arriving here and Being here. Thank your for traveling along. 342 more words


... on the roadies taking the stage

It happens every year.

In one, or more than one, cars packed to the gills (or grills?), the family slowly rolls down the driveway in Maine. 803 more words

Just Ponderin'