Adventures

5 Things I Miss About Living in Europe

by Jennifer

As I’ve said in a previous post, I lived in France for about a year, having left last August. Now that I’ve been back for a few weeks, I’ve begun to realize just a few of the things I miss about the European lifestyle.

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My First Visit to Coney Island!

by Jennifer

Last weekend I had my first real taste of what a summer in New York has to offer. It was the first brutally hot weekend of the year, with temperatures simmering around 90°. New Yorkers swarmed out of their hideaways, diving headfirst into the heat…

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My Morning Run in Rural Pennsylvania

by Jennifer

“Small town living is enviable in its simplicity,” I think to myself as I begin to imagine how it would be to live here day in, day out, purchasing my grandparents’ home outright from them, but I know this was their journey. It’s not my journey, and I’m just lucky to have been along for part of it.

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Enter the Home of a Stranger / Drag Queen

by Jennifer

Most people would be hesitant to enter the home of someone they don’t know, who lacked tact enough in a way to post a sign on a telephone pole advertising “beautiful staff” for sale. After I texted this picture to my husband and told him I was going here, in case I suddenly disappeared, he merely asked me to send him a picture of the “beautiful staff.”

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One of the Perks of Being a Petsitter & 150 Charles Street

by Jennifer
Running along the HUdson River with a dog

Nights don’t get better than this. My husband got out of work on time, and we headed out with Cora on a long walk past the mass Zumba exercise group gyrating in sync to the Hudson River and down toward Stuyvesant High School and then east toward Washington Square Park. Going on long walks with a great dog are some of the largest perks of being a petsitter.

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