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Our Trip to Boston

I was born and raised in Massachusetts and so many of my fondest childhood memories were made in the city of Boston. It has been a dream of mine to take Ella on a trip to Boston since before she was even born. 708 more words

Motherhood

For I Know the Plans

Fourteen years ago (give or take), I was a high school junior. I was an advanced-track student who took nine credits during the spring semester instead of the allotted eight. 1,186 more words

Writing

Boston: Revisiting the Past in the Present

Marcel Proust wrote that the “real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.” When you return to your hometown after an extended time, you return with a new perspective – one that is shaped both by nostalgia and expectations based on your current frame of reference. 982 more words

Travel

Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market: Day 3 in Boston

Happy Monday and President’s Day to Everyone!

I hope everyone had a nice Sunday, I know I did!

Now I’m back to give the third and last post in the “ 603 more words

Travel

Remembering Carol Troxell, Businesswoman Who Brought Christmas To Faneuil Hall

BOSTON (CBS) – She may not have been a household name but if you’ve ever been to Faneuil Hall Marketplace to shop, eat, or satisfy your sweet tooth you likely have Carol Troxell to thank. 291 more words

News

Faneuil Hall To Close For Renovations Until Spring

BOSTON (CBS) – If you want to tour historic Faneuil Hall this season, you have until Sunday at 6 p.m.

That’s when the building will close to the public for major repairs and renovations until the spring of 2018, the city has announced. 61 more words

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Sleigh Bells Ring...

While I have many favorite Holiday traditions I like to participate in year after year with my friends and family- two of them, without fail- always happen earlier in the month when I’m still coming off the fringes of Thanksgiving weekend. 395 more words