Usually, a trip to Buffalo Exchange entails waiting nearly two hours to have some hipster with a an art degree declare after three seconds of examining your clothing that there is nothing stylish enough to sell. We were thrilled to sell three things and have big plans for our $18.
Milo is having some trouble letting our roommate, Jaclyn, go.
Shrimp Fra Diavolo…one of my favorite recipes! Shrimp simmered in tomato sauce, white wine, onion, parsley, garlic, basil, and crushed red pepper.
Boston at night.
A trip to Boston is never complete without oysters and a lobsta’ roll from Neptune’s.
New England Holocaust Memorial, erected 1995.
Designed by Stanley Saitowitz, the memorial consists of six glass towers, each etched with the numbers representing the six million Jewish people who were killed.
It’s mind-boggling that each of these numbers represents a person. A life lost.
Ugh…sadly, this is literally the only photo I took on Friday. Gotta get that per diem reimbursement. And clearly, I need a manicure.
Going up. Delancey Street Station.
Sun-kissed flowers at the Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania
Hands-down the coolest tree house I have ever seen.
A larger than life robin’s nest, high in the trees!
Triple-layer nets allow you to hang out 50 ft in the air and truly get a bird’s eye view.
“I see you in the sky above, in the tall grass, in the ones I love.
Two swans-a-swimming…at the Morris Arboretum.
The future: trailblazers and pathfinders.
Cypress Tree, Morris Arboretum
Nothing like running barefoot in the grass.
I totally didn’t geek out over the enormous model trail exhibit with real wooden buildings and bridges.
Rockstar cuddle pile.