A couple of months ago, my husband got a job offer that would involve moving from Atlanta to New York. While moving to the big city was a bit terrifying to me and the thought of leaving my dear friends quite upsetting, we talked it over and agreed this was a great move for us,… Continue reading Farewell Atlanta!
Going to Quebec usually mostly means going to visit friends and family so it rarely feels like the other vacations my husband and I like to take together, where we just walk around a new city. This time, we decided to end our vacation with a long weekend in Montreal, a city I had visited… Continue reading Quebec Part 4: A Weekend in Montreal
One of the fun part about going home this time, was spending more time at home and getting to cook a little, rather than only eating out. While we made a lot of meals at my parents' home, there are a few that were particularly meaningful. Of course, all this was especially fun too as I… Continue reading Quebec Part 3: Cooking in My Childhood Kitchen
It has become a bit of a tradition in the past few years to plan a small trip for my preschool spring break. It tends to be wherever my husband is consulting at the time. Last year, I had an amazing week in Chicago. This year, he is working in Detroit so we decided to… Continue reading A Foodie Spring Break in Detroit and Toronto