Oh, Ottawa!

Reunited and it feels SO good! It’s been a long 3 months since I’ve put “pen to paper” – and let me say, it sure feels swell to be back! So much has happened recently, and SightShe has taken a slight back seat…but I’m back in action and I have a ton of things to write about […]

Amid the Antiques

Recently featured by Visit Bucks County!  It’s no secret that Bucks County, Pennsylvania is home to a considerable amount of history. In the early years, it was founded by William Penn, our main water source was traversed by George Washington, and more recently, we’ve seen Bucks displayed on the big screen thanks to directors such as M. […]

Fresh Air for the Holidays

  My very first job was at a rectory. I went to Catholic school, and in my Parish, several students were hired to work occasional odd jobs throughout the week. The tasks were minuscule; answering phone calls, jotting down messages for the priests and deacons, and making sure the holiday gift donations were organized properly. I […]

A Sunday Stroll Amongst the Shrubs

Growing up, I loved peering through my Dad’s binoculars. He had an expensive pair that he kept in a black, cushioned case in the corner of his closet, and I was often inclined to borrow them…whether I had his permission or not. Sometimes at night, I’d snag the binoculars so I could test my espionage […]

Star Spangled in Spring Lake

Ah, the Garden State.  The home of Newark International Airport and the birthplace of the wildly popular MTV series Jersey Shore. As a typical southeastern Pennsylvanian, New Jersey is somewhere I’ve spent a decent amount of time. My mom’s office is there, I have family there, and I sometimes get my gas there (it’s cheaper). […]

Falling for the Finger Lakes

Hello, World! I hope you are all having a fantastic Tuesday – and if you are not for whatever reason, please know that I am sending positive vibes your way! Today, I thought a lot about what a wonder it is to be alive. If you’re wondering why I’m starting off on such an existential […]

Happy in Havre de Grace

This morning, over coffee and my staple avocado toast, my husband and I decided to take a quick day trip to reconnect and go on a “day date.” We were feeling cooped up, and wanted to get out to enjoy a carefree, relaxing day somewhere nearby. I pulled up my Google maps, and considered driving […]