Like Mother, Like Daughter

As I thought about writing an obligatory “My Mom Is The Best” blog post to share for Mother’s Day, I was plagued by an intense writer’s block triggered by flashbacks of The Excessive Social Media Posts of Mother’s Days Past. I couldn’t figure out a way to adequately word a clever anecdote that would make my […]

Little Things to Love

Valentine’s Day is just one big, pink, glittery hullabaloo. Now, don’t get me wrong– I enjoy a good glittery hullabaloo, particularly when it involves copious amounts of chocolate and gigantic teddy bears. Truthfully, there really is nothing wrong with devoting an entire holiday to love. After spending so much of the last year focusing on the […]

Puppy Playdate

I got to spend my Sunday surrounded by my favorite people– err, dogs. It was an afternoon filled with kisses, belly rubs and treats; if you’re having a ruff day, I have no doubt that these pictures can bring a little puppy love into your life.

Rocking Around the Sandusky

Some girls look forward to receiving cute texts wishing them a good night, sans biting bed bugs. Others cherish waking up to thoughtful “good morning” messages, reminding them how they’re in the forefront of their significant others’ minds, even in the earliest of hours. I, on the other hand, was particularly satisfied one afternoon when I found […]

Hike Farther

Waking up the morning after a day of hiking covered in scrapes and feeling noticeably sore is a strong indicator of two things: 1. I’m rather out of shape, and 2. The previous day’s adventure was pretty successful. On this humid, overcast Saturday afternoon, I ventured to Cascade Park in Elyria, Ohio. In addition to several hiking trails in […]

Palm Readings and Stalking Strangers

Since the beginning of time, kids have been taught a handful of clichés that are supposed to guide them until they’re dead as a doornail or until they’re told to avoid these phrases like the plague when they begin writing papers. At the end of the day, there’s one aphorism that you’re not always better off safe than sorry by […]

Warm Weather? Spring it On.

There’s something about sunny, 70º weather that makes me want to twirl around in a sundress, Fräulein Maria-style and sing, “The hiiilllllls of Athens are aliiiiiiive!” Unfortunately, I’m afraid that I’m no Julie Andrews, so in lieu of deafening the entire campus, I decided to capture the springtime beauty in Athens by taking pictures rather […]

Beware the Ides of March (And Also Socks with Sandals)

I honestly could not tell you how to graph a polynomial function, though I can assure you I spent countless hours attempting to engrain it into my memory. I spent months studying for my AP US History exam and alas, I still couldn’t tell you what exactly what the Truman Doctrine accomplished. Yet, every spring for the […]