Fruit Picking: Solebury Orchards

Fruit  and flower picking is something I do often with Ari as I find it soothing and it is an opportunity for Ari to learn. Apple picking season has started so if you… Continue reading

9th Street Italian Market: Philadelphia

Italian Market is a Philadelphia establishment, one of the oldest open air markets in the US. People flock to south philly to buy produce, meat, pasta and eat authentic Italian food and from… Continue reading

Goodbye Summer

Summer has unofficially come to an end and every store is bursting at the seams with everything Fall and Halloween. I am sad as I love the heat, the flowers, the bright nights… Continue reading

Wednesday’s Art

“The world will tell you how to live, if you let it. Don’t let it. Take up your space. Raise your voice. Sing your song. This is your chance to make or remake… Continue reading

Philadelphia Magic Gardens

“You must have chaos within you to give birth to a dancing star.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche In the nearly 14 years I have lived in Philadelphia area, I never visited the Magic Gardens.… Continue reading

Wednesday’s Art

“What have you done with the miracles that God planted in your days? What have you done with the talents God bestowed on you? You buried yourself in a cave because you were… Continue reading

Canoeing Down the Brandywine River

I had on my summer bucket list this year, going canoeing or kayaking down a river. I did it about 10 years ago and remember having fun. We went back to Northbrook Canoe… Continue reading

Sunflower Field; Philly

A car wash about an hour west of Philadelphia’s downtown has created for the past few summers a sunflower field next to its business and it is gorgeous. The field is open to… Continue reading

My 5 Favorite Travel Instagramers

There are a few accounts on Instagram that bring their A game on the quality of their travel feed and in particular their photos and I thought I would share 5 that inspire… Continue reading

A Stroll through Old San Juan

For my birthday we took a short trip to San Juan to soak up some sea. One afternoon we strolled through Old San Juan, shopped and had popsicles. I imagine that Old San… Continue reading