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First Family Vacation!!!!

So my husband and I had been contemplating going on vacation as little family for about a year or so. Long time, I know. Lol. But we all know how work, school, money, toddlers and just being a procrastinator can get in the way of that. 590 more words


Bookshop Tour #1

Dear Readers,

So I was already familiar with this little bookstore in the historic area of Williamsburg Virginia, but it had been years since I went a visited. 433 more words


My First Blog Post 2019

Neighbors: Old and New

Colonial Homes in Historic Williamsburg

My first impression of Williamsburg, VA was the dip from mountainous regions into coastal ones. I went to school in Roanoke, VA which is surrounded by very old mountains that stoop like hunched over old men. 519 more words

Me and the Brick: A 16 Year Chronicle

“Would you say that vaudeville is all about comedy?” a podcast interviewer asked me recently, expecting an automatic “yes” but I had to demur, for vaudeville was just as much about the sentimental and the maudlin, and that is another reason I am drawn to it. 1,896 more words


Williamsburg named one of 15 best cities in the U.S. by travel report

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – Travel + Leisure, a travel publication, named Williamsburg one of its 15 best cities in the United States.

Williamsburg ranked 13th on the list, which was two spots ahead of Washington D.C. 105 more words


Service changes along the L line for the rest of July

Three months into the major project along the L train, changes are being announced for the service plan overnight and on the weekends along a section of track. 204 more words