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Ah, the weekend!

Time to catch up on much needed sleep, connect with friends. explore some new places and spend time with my favorite veteran, my Dad.

I will post soon about a daytrip to a place I have never blogged about. It's been years since I've visited this seaport in New England and I am looking forward to it!

Can anyone guess where I will visit on my daytrip?  There may be a prize involved.

Shoot and Style- an Edible Flower event

I saw a post on the Boston Bloggers Facebook page for an Edible Flower event. A shoot and style workshop from 9-12 on Saturday morning. Right away I knew I wanted to go. This was right up my alley. But then I talked myself out of it.

The location was the South End of Boston, a very trendy neighborhood. In my mind, I imagined there would be all those young, beautiful, fashion and beauty bloggers in attendance. I wouldn't fit in, I would be old enough to be their mother, I am not a successful blogger. What a pity party, right?


Well, I sucked it up and went to the event and I am so glad I did. I had such a great time.

We enjoyed rose scones and lavender lemonade mimosas and had a little meet and greet.


We learned how to set a beautiful tablescape using flowers and props. A professional photographer gave us tips on photography and styling  Each attendee was given time to photograph the tablescape.

The event was held at a gift shop called Olives and Grace. The storefront is simply gor…

Guest Blogging- Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism

The Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism was recently looking for guest bloggers for their blog on the Mass Vacation website. I thought it might be fun to share my knowledge of cool things to do so I submitted my name and blog.

A rep from their PR agency emailed back and forth with me. I thought it would be fun to blog about some of the historic events in the area. He preferred a post that was not time sensitive so the Old North Church Lantern Lighting was not an option.


We decided I should write a post about Rockport. This was a great choice for me as I adore the town and I go there several times a year. Yes, I will show all the would be tourists the best of Rockport. I will take them with me to the strudel shop with the fantastic oceanside deck in the back of the building.


I will show them all the cool boutiques on Bearskin Neck and Main Street.  On the day I was in Rockport Eight Bells had recycled plastic chandeliers in their window. I visited many shops on my visit.

Anyway…