Tag Archives: America


A few summers ago my family and I spent a couple of days in Boston. I immediately fell in love with the city, its beauty, and the strength and dedication of its people. There really is a comradeship in its people, who are so warm and inviting. It’s one of the most American cities I […]

What A Week…Already

We’re halfway through the week! Hooray! This week, I’ve begun my job at the writing center and my weekly five hours in a high school classroom. I’m not allowed to get too detailed on here, but both have been going quite well! Working, pre-student teaching, going to class, doing homework, and working as a study […]

New England Trip 2010, Days 7 and 8

Throughout the last two days of our vacation, we traveled down the East Coast, from Maine back to the Boston area. Day 7 We stopped at a few roadside markets. Saw a couple of cute bed & breakfasts and other buildings. Stopped in Camden, ME, for some sightseeing and a quick lunch. Dad got a […]


Happy Independence Day, America! It is still really difficult for me to fully grasp what independence means for a country – it is definitely something I take for granted. However, I think getting older and visiting more of the world has helped me understand America’s independence a bit better. We’re a relatively young country (in […]

Memorial Day

Happy Memorial Day! I just want to say a quick thank you to all the people who are going to, are currently, or have served my country. Without you all, we would not have the freedoms and happiness we have today. Thank you!