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If you’re wondering what I’m up to lately… well it’s mostly work. I tend to work long hours because I’m still learning. I’ve also had some complicated and sad patients lately that leave me emotionally drained. Once I get home, it’s difficult for me to find the energy for much of anything besides making dinner, [...]
A friend was visiting me today and she reminded me that I have been sorely neglecting this blog. I have been working full time for 6 weeks now and I absolutely love it. I was anxious about the transition but after all the travel and weddings and time off, I surprised myself by being totally [...]
So much is going on these days! I finally finished school and my master’s degree was officially conferred yesterday. In family news, Mr. B and I welcomed a new addition about two and a half months ago. If you’re on Facebook or Instagram, you’ve probably already seen plenty of her, but this is Isabel.
I was singing “Somewhere That’s Green” this morning in the car and I suddenly realized that we’ve found ours. I present to you, The Sawyer Greenhouse.
If you’ve been on my Flickr lately, you know I just uploaded a whole bunch of new pictures. They show my birthday surprise at the Taste of South Boston, a friend’s bridal shower, and of course, Bermuda. Two weeks ago, I also had the chance to show one of my high school friends around Boston for the first time. Showing off Boston [...]
In March, Brian & I went to Bermuda to take advantage of my last Spring Break before I finish school. (That’s in 85 days, by the way, not that I’m counting.) Bermuda was beautiful and relaxing, but also a little strange. It’s a tiny island and you can explore all the main areas in just [...]
A few weeks ago, I started our Boston Organics deliveries back up. We only get the smallest box every other week, but I love cooking with my organic food, especially now that I’m on break for a few weeks. I’ve been working on updating my No-List and really making this box work for us. Inspired [...]
It’s nice when others are able to express the things we do not know how to say. My initial reaction to Friday’s manhunt was a lot like this: Compassion for Dzhokhar? Call Me Crazy. Then, on Saturday, I visited the memorial on Boylston – a tangible representation of pain and tragedy. These grainy cell phone [...]