October 2017
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Granary Cemetery

While in Boston last summer we stopped by Granary Cemetery which has the oldest graves I’ve ever seen in my life. A lot of tombstones were actually really creepy with skills or hollow faces on them. The stones were really thin too, which I found surprising. The ambiance created by the trees, dampled shade and [...]

Cheesecake Factory

I had heard a lot about The Cheesecake Factory for a couple of years now and since they don’t have locations in Canada I was excited to check it out when I went to Boston this summer. Let me just say, their food is delicious. I had the pizza in the picture below and it [...]

A New Day

After a day of intense mourning for the passing of my beloved Chu I am feeling much better today. I spent some time with Miso this morning and allowed her to explore the entire house in search for her sister. Since she didn’t get to see Chu’s dead body it is not surprising that she [...]

Sizing Up

SIL took us to an organic frozen yogurt place, Red Mango, that she likes to go to. It was really delicious but while we were there we got to see how much she has lost her sufficiency for modest Canadian sizes in comparison to mondo American sizes. Look at her regular size next to our [...]

Christian Science Plaza

While in Boston my SIL took us to the Christian Science Plaza, named after the The First Church of Christ, Scientist. THe plaza also includes an awesome fountain (which I didn’t get a good enough shot of to post) and a reflection pool. The second shot is of me missing a remote control boat in [...]