Boston Sites in Black and White
Meandering around the city never gets old. It’s as if the world… …is your oyster, or, better yet, your lobster! From friendly equines… ..to Flying Yankees… …it seems as if this city has it all, no matter how big…. …or small! All it takes is a pair of comfortable shoes and a mind open to … More Boston Sites in Black and White
Madonna of the Universe – Boston
There are so many interesting things to see in Boston, and for us, the list just keeps growing! I discovered the story behind The Madonna of the Universe, and felt compelled to check it out. It all started with Luigi Orione, a devout Italian priest who, at age 20, inspired by his own education, opened … More Madonna of the Universe – Boston
Bunker Hill Monument
There is that old saying, “The third time is the charm.” For us, that is definitely a true statement, when it comes to the Bunker Hill Monument! On two other visits, we enthusiastically followed the Freedom Trail, trekking from downtown, across the Charleston River Bridge, past lovely green space and some gorgeous old brownstones, until … More Bunker Hill Monument
Freeze Frame Friday – Walk or Ride
Passing on the Passion in Downtown Boston
As we have gotten more familiar with the fair city of Boston, the anxiety of navigating an urban area, a multifaceted grouping of diverse neighborhoods joined together by numerous streets, highways, subways, and sidewalks, has begun to wain, thus enabling a more fine tuned exploration and a discovery of beautiful details such as heart warming … More Passing on the Passion in Downtown Boston
Seemingly inert, the alabaster figure captured the attention of many passersby, and to their great fortune, was willing to spring to life, and, with gentle countenance, allocated proverbial insight for a meager sum.
World Series Champions!
Why do I cheer for the Red Sox? It’s very simple. It was October of 2004, and Kurt, my husband of sixteen years, invited me to join him in the man cave to watch Game Five of the American League Championship Series. I had never been a big baseball fan, but Kurt absolutely adored the … More World Series Champions!
Fenway Park Tour
It was July 29th, Austin’s 18th birthday. What better way to celebrate it than with a tour of Fenway Park? The electricity of the previous night had since dwindled, the empty chairs that had been holding bodies for many years eagerly awaiting the next group of fans. We started here, listening intently as the tour … More Fenway Park Tour
The Red Sox
When we travel to Boston, there’s no doubt that a Red Sox game will be part of the itinerary, and especially on this trip, Sabrina and Austin’s first time to the city. I was never a huge baseball fan until I stepped foot into Fenway Park! Fenway Park is within walking distance of the Freedom … More The Red Sox