Hot chocolate should really be a year-round beverage
A frigid walk out to Race Point today.
Our first real snow fall of the season did not disappoint. I hope you all experienced a little magic this weekend!
“What we experience is not a choice, but how we experience it always is.”
Kalmus Beach, in Hyannis, this afternoon.
Mattapoisett’s own winter wonderland.
Let’s get more ammunition ☃️❄️👣
Snow is back, Play On! ❄️☃️👣
Ready for Christmas and for this semester to be over. 🎄
“I have learned that if you must leave a place that you have lived in and loved and where all your yesteryears are buried deep, leave it any way except a slow way. Leave it the fastest way you can. Never turn back and never believe that an hour you remember is a better hour because it is dead. Passed years seem safe ones, vanquished ones, while the future lives in a cloud, formidable from a distance.”
Take a deep breath…do it. I smell snow…it’s coming, I always know, I can smell it, and I’m never wrong. Oh, it’s just my favorite time of the year. The whole world changes color. Flakes, flurries, swirls, crystals–whatever form it comes in, I’ll take it. We go back, snow and me. We have a beautiful history. Sleigh rides, ice skating, snowball fights, I’ll even take curling. Gosh, I love curling. Hot cocoa, hot toddies–best time of the year. #gilmoregirls
After six years, today was my final day of college. It feels pretty surreal and I actually never thought I’d get through it, but here I am. After two years at Salve, two years working on Nantucket, soul-searching in London, Spain, and New Zealand, and finally back for two years at UMass Dartmouth……I made it, and I feel like I’ve grown into some semblance of who I’m meant to be. I started as an 18-year-old who didn’t have a clue, and now am a 24-year-old writer, photographer, and adventurer. I’m on a lifelong journey to create myself and to appreciate the miracle that is being on this planet. I’ve lost so much but have gained so much more. I don’t know where I’m going, but that’s the best part.