Christmas Giveaway With Farmhouse Pottery

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Perhaps it’s the simplicity of perfection. The perfect white tone. The loveliest of glazes. The local, old world pottery studio with the most beautiful store in Woodstock, Vermont? It could be all those things but really, you can’t walk


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Antiquing in Vermont

Now it’s no secret we love to travel. From the far reaches of the earth to our little hamlets tucked in our own backyards, wanderings remind you that there is always something lovely about life. I love Vermont and


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The Apple Orchard Fiasco

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I knew while holding on to that sweet little boy, all car sick and sweaty, that I was giving him the grace of my presence and that is mommahood. It’s the shedding of self, setting aside of preferences and sacrificing


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Belkin Lookout Farm

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Since moving to New England in 2008 we have played the role of tourist and continue to explore many nooks and crannies. Belkin Lookout Farm is in South Natick and is one of the oldest continuously operating farms in


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An Anniversary Trip–Maldives



The landing in Malé, Maldives was quite the experience. We were greeted by some of the staff of the Baros Resort right away, they took our bags and escorted us to our boat. That’s right. No roads in


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An Anniversary Trip–Sri Lanka


This year my hubby and I celebrated 9 years of marriage. As anyone married can attest, there are good seasons and harder seasons. And we’ve walked through our share of storms and through many beautiful times. In the last


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Buckets of Flowers at Wicked Tulips

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Spring in New England is often a finicky thing. Rainy, cold, snowy or down right beautiful…it changes every day. But there is a refreshing newness that is literally all around and you can’t help but be enamored. The thing …
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A Jaunt to Vermont

This year marks the 8th trip we’ve taken on what has become our “annual Vermont trip”. It started as newbie East Coasters exploring as much as we possibly could, with the thought we’d be moving back to California as …
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