Afternoon Tea at the Boston Public Library

HIgh tea at the Boston Public Library

When I have taken a hiatus from blogging, I always wonder if I should start a post with what has been happening in my life. The short answer, summer, fun stuff, sick a couple of times, vacation, and more fun. Continue reading

Summer Travel in New England: Quechee and Woodstock, Vermont Part 3 – A Brunch Worth Traveling To

Simon Pearce is what the reason we originally planned our trip to this area of Vermont. Can you believe we almost kept driving right by it because we were full from samples? That would have been a BIG mistake. An Continue reading

Summer Travel in New England: Quechee and Woodstock, Vermont – Part 1

I know it’s not technically summer yet…but hey…if mother nature wants to eliminate the winter, I am happy to start my summer travel series early! Today’s adventures find my sister, Debbie,¬†and I headed to parts of Vermont we had not Continue reading

Brunch at Ceia in Newburyport, MA.

Newburyport, MA. One of my favorite places in Massachusetts. This quaint town is less than an hour outside of Boston, directly on the water, and hosts streets of adorable, independent shops that sell everything from luxury clothing, to handmade soaps, to Continue reading

Summer Travel in New England: Nauset Beach & Harwich Treasure Chest, Cape Cod

In this edition of Summer Travel in New England, I am going to share with you my second most favorite place to completely unwind and a great recipe to take with you to that place. But first, some back story…. Continue reading

Summer travel in New England…A high tea surprise in the middle of Connecticut!

When last you saw us, two adventurous sisters were making our way through the Connecticut countryside with a list of eateries and sights to be seen! Sadly, our ice cream was now gone and it was time to continue on Continue reading

Summer Travel in New England…The Series

Look who is back at blogging! Let’s call my little break from the blogosphere “research”, shall we? While I was unplugged, I had the pleasure of doing some whirlwind traveling (and eating, duh) around New England. I am very excited Continue reading