Wednesday, August 31, 2011


The Boston trip was great! What an amazing and beautiful city. I truly loved it. I loved how history coincided with modern, how old buildings stood next to new ones. It had a different vibe than New York or Chicago...cleaner, more manageable, less intimidating. It was a lovely place in so many respects. Thanks to C-Man for showing me the sights in grand fashion, even if he must've made me walk 20 miles. My visit there was too short and I would have liked to have met up with some other bloggers as well but it wasn't meant to be this time.

I learned a few things about myself on this trip. Things I'm too tired to write about tonight. Things that bother me and scare me a bit but that I know I have to explore further. I have no hope of sorting them out or coming to any conclusions about them in the near future but I do think it would help me to be able to write about them in some sort of comprehensive way. And if I do, it will be here of course.

It's late and I have a workday ahead of me. Sweet dreams and sleep well.



  1. I have always wanted to see Boston! Hopefully once I'm settled somewhere on the east coast I'll be able to take a trip up north. So much to see that I've only wondered about!

  2. I'm glad to hear you enjoyed Boston. Hope you can make it back when you like.

  3. I went to Boston in the 1990s and really liked it. I stayed in a youth hostel where a group of lads stayed up all night singing Irish rebel songs. It was quaint for about 30 minutes but pretty annoying shortly after.

    I'd love to go back to the city and see how it has changed in the 15 years since I was last there.

  4. I'm glad you had such a good time!

    But you didn't say hi to me while you were here :-(

  5. Carrie - East coast? Can I come visit? :) And me too on wanting to see so many places I've only thought about!

    W - I hope so too, it was so great!

    Red - ha! Sorry about the singing but that made me laugh.

    Hubman - Awww, don't be mad! You are first on my list next time I'm there!