The Cliffs of Moher. My best friend described it as the most beautiful place she’d ever been when we were sophomores in college. The Cliffs have remained fixed in my brain as a place I needed to go. They were the pinnacle of our trip. When planning our trip to Ireland, we decided to focus […]Read More Ireland: Part 5
On our third day, it was time to road trip across Ireland. We were going to go due west to County Galway and County Clare. Before we left, we went to a few more places in Dublin. We started off at the General Post Office museum that tells the story of the Easter Uprising. Despite […]Read More Ireland: Part 3
We began our second day of our trip adventuring in Rhode Island. After a good night’s sleep after the delightful dinner party, we awoke to the sounds of nature, bird calls and wind rustling through the trees. As a group, we decided to start the day with a visit to an annual local photography exhibition […]Read More Boston 2017: Part 2
I’m very excited that my piece “Hiking with Stonewall” has been published in the Sonderers Magazine. Check it out here: https://sonderers.com/spring-nature/hiking-with-stonewallRead More Hiking with Stonewall
It was our final day of dogsledding. We rose early to feed the dogs before breakfast. At breakfast, we were joined by two deer at the birdfeeder, which was delightful. Breakfast with deer! Then it was time for more mushing. This time my run was a little bit more exciting… As we left the yard, […]Read More Part 3: Dogsledding
It was our full day of dogsledding! I woke up early 6 or so to the sounds of all 50+ dogs howling. There’s nothing quite like listening to that amazing sound while lying cocooned in bed. Soon it was time to rise and begin the day. We had a lovely breakfast where I was transfixed […]Read More Part 2: Dogsledding
Mid-week blog post! Over the past year, Meghan McGrath and I have been working on launching a new literary magazine called the Antelope Magazine: A Journal of Oral Histories and Mayhem. It’s based on Suzanne Briet’s “What is Documentation?” (1951) where she expands the notion of what a document can be. She uses an antelope […]Read More The Antelope Magazine!