Some photos I took
I took a week off from RL and escaped to one of my favorite places. The house that I stayed in inspired me beyond words - to the point where I left with more clarity than ever on how I want to live my life.
5 pretty darn awesome things I have done in my life
Just a short list for today. Not in any particular order: Partied with the south african track & field team at during the 1996 Olympics at the house of blues in Atlanta during a Third World reggae concert Regularly went cliff diving in the Virgin Islands (when I was in high school) Saw Public Enemy... Continue Reading →
Brief escape to Shenandoah National Park
This past Sunday, my daughter and I escaped to one of the most beautiful places on earth. We talked, walked, picnic'd on million-year-old rocks, sang songs, and layed in the grass under the cool sky.
Summer 2008: things to look forward to
looking forward to: evenings by the pool reading great books hikes in the mountains grilling on my deck weekend mini adventures pomegranate margaritas with my friendly neighbor spending time with my children and my niece harry & the potters show @ the black cat in DC watching my garden bloom cooking with herbs that I grow... Continue Reading →
1804 Inn and Barboursville Vineyard
My best friend and I recently spent the night at the 1804 Inn at Barboursville Vineyards. Located about 20 minutes north of Charlottesville, the inn and its surroundings are steeped in history - and beauty. Needless to say, it was VERY difficult to leave.
14 things to do in the DC Metro area
I put this list together recently for someone who asked for ideas on fun things to do in and around the DC area, so I thought I would share. This is just a start - if you have any ideas please let me know and I will update the list. 1. Visit vineyards - there are... Continue Reading →
more things to look forward to
John Adams series on HBO Springtime Long walks in the woods A visit from my sister Planning my trip to Scotland Weekend getaways Reading books lined up in my queue: Persuasion, The Children of Hurin, John Adams