First Autumn

I walk through the drizzling leaves and make a wish on each leaf as if it were a shooting star. The wind sweeps through us and sends the leaves into a synchronized swim. I stand shivering out the memory of that first Autumn back in 1990, when the rusty scent of leaves on the lawn … More First Autumn

Hash it Out

Hash.  The immaculate brunch plate:  potatoes, onions, seasonings to your liking, veggies, meat, and eggs.  Anytime I see hash on a brunch menu, I order it.  There are a few things in life that are my life’s quest–finding the best New England Clam Chowder, finding the best molten chocolate cake, finding the best biriyani in … More Hash it Out

Autumn Gently Tugs

Last night after months of anticipation, I got see Florence and the Machine.  I drove an hour to Merriweather Post Pavilion–a concert venue I haven’t been to since my early twenties.  After a few attempts of finding a good lawn seat with our super comfortable beach chairs, I sunk into my bright stripped beach chair … More Autumn Gently Tugs