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Somerlovin’: or, my Summer 2015 Bucket List



Here are some lovely neighborhood pics I never got around to blogging last summer.





I got cool neighbors.




I feel like last summer kinda passed me by—not that I didn’t do cool stuff, I just wish I had done even MORE cool stuff. So for accountability’s sake, here are my travel-sightseeing-culture goals for summer 2015:

  • Pickle Factory Read-Aloud Picnics on a monthly basis (Facebook invite for the next one is here)
  • Swimming at least once a week (hopping on the blue line to Revere Beach after a good writing session at the Room, if nothing else!)
  • Falcon Ridge Folk Festival with Miranda’s Hearth (last year I volunteered, but this year I bought a ticket. My plan is to hang out on the lawn listening to music and drawing ALL DAY.)
  • At least one camping trip besides Falcon Ridge (which doesn’t really count, right?)
  • A day trip to Concord and Walden Pond (finally!)
  • Cape Cod (double-finally!)
  • Yoga at the Isabella Stewart Gardner museum
  • Finally getting to the ICA with the free passes I won from 826 Boston.

Not to mention all my culinary goals for this summer—along with posting the first few recipes from Vegan Cookery & Pastry, I’m planning to eat 90% raw for the month of August (apart from Falcon Ridge) just to see how I feel. RAWGUST, ha ha!




1 Comment to Somerlovin’: or, my Summer 2015 Bucket List

  1. Kate's Gravatar Kate
    June 17, 2015 at 9:58 am | Permalink

    Such lovely photos!

    With the kitchen under renovation, I will be eating 90% raw as well. No better time to try something than when you’re forced to 🙂 Please send me recipes!

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