Well, the semester is over and it's almost summer, and I'm not sure how that happened because I feel like it was just January about two weeks ago. Winter sure held on for far too long out here in New England. But travel season has finally arrived, and with it, a busy couple months for… Continue reading A Handstand Hiatus
For the better part of the last two years, I've been seeing these 'Weekly Challenge' posts and other things of the sort, but I've never actually participated in them. At first, I think I was just too focused on getting my blog up and running and making sure I had time to write the posts.… Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Favorite Place
Denver! Yes, that's right. We just recently found out that Pat got placed into his top choice for residency, so we'll be heading west this summer! I'm equal parts excited and panicked. Excited because I'm pretty much done living in New England. It's been mostly a good experience but I never intended to stay here… Continue reading It’s official! We’re moving to….
Wow! I can't believe I published my very first post two years ago today! What a journey it's been...and I've still only made it as far as 2014 in chronicling my adventures. But I guess that's a good thing, because it means I have many more years of posts to write, and you guys have… Continue reading Handstands Around the World turns 2!
I can’t believe I’ve been writing this blog for a year and a half now and I still haven’t introduced you all to Pudgey! Pudgey was my very first beanie baby; I got her for Christmas when I was seven. Over the years, she’s come just about everywhere with me – gymnastics meets, camping trips,… Continue reading Introducing Pudgey
If you travel enough, it’s inevitable that things will go wrong. I count myself very fortunate that, so far, I’ve managed to avoid any extreme crises while traveling (knock on wood). We’ve had a few hiccups – a couple flat tires, almost running out of gas once (this one was 100% my dad’s fault), forgetting… Continue reading Our all-time most epic vacation fail
I'm just gonna come out and say it: New England isn't my favorite place. It's been a good experience for me to live somewhere different, and I've largely enjoyed my time here, but it's not a place I want to stay after Pat and I finish school. Too many people, too much traffic, too many… Continue reading Autumn in New England