Category Archives: Travel

R & R In New England

Wander through New England with me…. Continue reading

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A Southern Girl in New York City

As I wandered around The Big Apple like the doofus tourist I was, it occurred to me: New York City really is larger than life. Continue reading

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Human Triumph

Maybe the sight of the open sea is no longer beautiful to you… Continue reading

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Book Lover’s Paradise

In Archer, Texas, there’s a dusty wonder with a stupid name not too far from the Dairy Queen… Continue reading

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Baggage Claim

Faith is a journey. Continue reading

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Muggle Mecca

Gather your little bottomless bags, Harry Potter fans: the Holy Land awaits. Continue reading

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The Thankfulness Lists-List #3: A Few Really Nice Places

There are some really nice places to hang out on this little marble… Continue reading

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Michigan is Beautiful

Fact: If you have only seen Detroit, you have not seen Michigan. Michigan is a state replete with jaw-dropping beauty that seems to become more mesmerizing the further north you go. We did a bit of wandering recently, and I thought … Continue reading

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