St. Augustine, FL

Alternative title - a beautiful sauna.

“The heat is not soul - crushingly hot”, is what my mom said when we first got here. I would mostly agree with that. It is pretty bearable. The shade is actually quite pleasant but when we open the door of our RV, we are hit with sauna like steam and I want to immediately go back inside where it’s cool and we have a fan (and AC).

Spanish Moss and A Lighthouse

We spent one afternoon walking around downtown Savannah and exploring Forsyth Park and the neighboring streets. Savannah has held on strong to its roots and beautiful architecture.

Meet Me in St. Louis!

Meet Me in St. Louis, the musical film with Judy Garland, was an all time favorite of my Aunt Cardie. She showed it to me over and over again.

We would belt out - Clang, clang, clang went the trolley with Judy and the rest of the cast.

Paying Attention

Goodbye Instagram.

Yep, it happened. At least for the foreseeable future. I deleted Facebook off my phone about a year ago and Instagram was a lot harder. I would delete it and then a few days later I couldn’t stand it.

Eataly Heaven

I spent three months in Italy when I was a sophomore in college and the closest I’ve gotten to it since was stepping into Eataly.

Basil, tomatoes and focaccia - OH MY!

Nobody Puts Chicago in the Corner

Chicago has never been on my radar and I haven’t thought about visiting in the past. But my mom wanted to make it there this year and take us on the Architectural River Tour. She was ecstatic.

Hurricane Michael

Hurricanes are eerie. They seem unbelievable to me. How can they be so strong and destructive? I know they aren’t unbelievable to people who personally experience them. They are real. They are devastating.

Baileys Harbor, WI

We started off at Egg Harbor playing at a local dog park and then we went (very spontaneously) to a pumpkin patch festival nearby. We almost didn’t go but we smelled kettle corn and it seemed like basically the whole town was attending so we just had to check it out.