The Streets of New York

I fell in love with the city the way most people do I suppose, slowly and unexpectedly. Not at first though. I so overwhelmed by the noise, grit, and grime that I could have pinched myself for spending my hard-wrought vacation days here. Five whole days listening to taxi horns blow, curses in foreign languages… Continue reading The Streets of New York


An Uninvited Guest: Depression in the 21st Century

It has been said that silence can be the loudest occupant in a room. He is the most uninvited of house guests. You try your best to keep him out, but no one’s best is sly enough to catch him. Although you guard the door, you will not even see him enter. He’ll stealthily slide… Continue reading An Uninvited Guest: Depression in the 21st Century

Irish for the Weekend

I celebrated St Patrick’s Day for the first time in my life this year. With my Irish-American best friend. In Boston. Among the nation’s proudest Irishmen and women. Oh, and Conor McGregor was there too. Not bad for my first time. The idea first came to light when weekend plans for a get-as-far-away-from-work-as-possible trip to… Continue reading Irish for the Weekend


A 20-something taking it day-by-day, living off stories, and basking in the light of golden hour. I like to capture little moments on my camera, quote The Office, laugh at dad jokes, sing out loud in the car, and walk in the evening. I crave storytelling in any form (books, tv shows, D&D games, podcasts-you… Continue reading Kelly


Sunglass wearing brunette. Nurse by night. Dreamer by day. Firm believer in east coast, best coast motto. A little bit country and a little bit rock n' roll. Classic lit fanatic. Travel aficionado. Animal lover. Wine enthusiast. Chocoholic. Honorary graduate of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Enchante mes amis.