Pink Martini

This weekend we went to Montreal for the international jazz festival.  We had heard good things and decided to check it out.  Also I just love going to Montreal and can always find a reason to go. Our first day there we stopped off at out favorite poutine place. Poutine for breakfast. Yum! After that … More Pink Martini

Fun in Philly

Recently we spent a long weekend in Philadelphia.  Jeff and I always keep a huge, never ending list of things we want to do.  The number of things we wanted to do in Philly had grown, so we decided to make a trip of it. The first day we went to the East State Penitentiary. … More Fun in Philly

Revolutionary

For memorial weekend, Jeff took some time off and we made the most of it.  Friday after work we got in the car and headed to Washington, D.C.  It has been a while since either of us have been there and we were looking forward to it. For our first full day in Washington, D.C. … More Revolutionary

Spring is here!

Things have been pretty quiet, since our last trip to Montreal. For the most part, free time was consumed by doing our taxes. It sucks when we have to be adults. So glad that’s behind us. We did take some time one weekend to go to Jersey for the big fossils, gems, and minerals show! … More Spring is here!

Weekend Away

This past weekend, we left Friday after work to head back to Montreal for a short visit.  We listened to some tunes on the way there and it brought us back to the days of driving from Maine to New York on the weekends. Last time we went to Montreal we saw that they had … More Weekend Away

Marsden Hartley

This past weekend, Jeff and I spent a few hours at the Met Breuer to see the exhibit, Marsden Hartley’s Maine.   Marsden Hartley was a painter, poet, and essayist, born in Lewiston Maine. His mother died when he was just 8 years old.  So his father, four years later, remarried to Martha Marsden.  Hartley … More Marsden Hartley

Street Art

Since I came to New York City I find myself taking pictures of all the amazing street art I find.  I first spotted the work of street artist Wellington Naberezney Sipros, in Manhattan.  I love the ears and mustache. I showed the picture to Jeff when we met for dinner later that night, and he … More Street Art