A Glimmer in Her Eye


Yay, spring is here! There is really nothing better than watching the trees turn green and the flowers start to bud. Of course, this also means the weather is warming up, which allows for more opportunities to sit outside in the old town square and enjoy some delicious adult beverages. But along with the rising temperatures comes the chance to switch out my wardrobe and try out some new fashion trends. I… Read More

A few years ago while on vacation in Tuscany, Andy and I decided to go on a nature hike surrounded by incredible waterfalls. However, as nature would have it, we got caught in a massive rainstorm and ended up completely soaked after 2 minutes. After a valiant effort (and a few broken umbrellas) we were forced to turn back, which left me disappointed. I knew that I saw some sort of waterfall… Read More

May is always a super hectic month for us. OK, I know I say that all the time, but it’s really true! For as long as I can remember, May has been packed full of activities (think college graduations, weddings, birthdays, and moving) and this year proves to be no exception. Not only do Andy and I celebrate our 7 year wedding anniversary in a few weeks, but May is also the… Read More

Weekends are just my favorite…especially when filled with good food, fabulous company, and a bit of adventure. So, when Andy and I decided to book a little getaway, we naturally decided on a place where we could have all three of the aforementioned things. After looking at the map, our eyes went straight to Ljubljana, Slovenia; a measly 2 1/2 hour drive through the Austrian countryside didn’t sound too bad, and we… Read More

Hello, hi, guten tag. I’m back! Is anyone else having a super crazy spring? It’s so hard to believe that it’s already April 1. Life has been a total roller coaster ride over here, and I feel like I’m just coming up for air, so I thought I would share what I’ve been up to the past few months.

Winter has never been my favorite season. Granted, I enjoy the snow and cozy nights in, but the brutal cold, dark days, and bare landscapes have a way of making the months drag on.