I hope everyone had a wonderful New Years Eve and New Years! I know I did, and this is post is going to break down how I spent the last day of 2018!
My friend and I headed to Boston for the last day of 2018, and we stayed in downtown Boston at the Found Hotel. We walked around after checking in with the hotel, and got Shake Shack on Newbury Street. We shopped a little as well, and then decided to go back and get ready for our New Year’s Eve plans. Once we got back into our room and started getting ready, we ordered Nicole’s pizza in Boston to have for when we got back later that night.
When we finished getting ready, we took some selfies of course, and got ready to head out around 8pm. It was raining a little a bit outside, nothing too major, but walkable to the train station weather. The weather had changed when we arrived at our stop, Dean road in Brighton, to go to my co workers party. It was down pouring and we were, I guess you could say soaked, arriving at her party. Drying off we had some drinks, and talked with everyone there having a nice time. More people started to arrive, and the room got smaller with everyone coming in and dancing in the living room area.
The clock was ticking down to the last hour of 2018, and people were buzzed off Champagne and beer, but excited to ring in the New Year. Once the clock struck midnight, and the ball dropped in Times Square, NYC, everyone started cheering and saying “Happy New Year.” The confetti poppers went out, selfies were being taken, and high fives were going all around the room. I can say it was an interesting end of 2018 and start of 2019, but I’m glad I’ll have those memories to look back on!
Can’t wait to see what this New Year brings!
Hi everyone! Sorry for the lack of posts, but I’m starting to get back into writing more and updating my blog. I wanted to post about recent events like going to the Big E, seeing Marc E Bassy, and more events to come! For this post, I’ll talk about how my Halloween went from attending the Red Sox World Series parade to my managers Halloween gathering/party.
As many of you know, the Boston Red Sox won the World Series against the LA Dodgers. They came back home to Boston and celebrated with fans. They tour the city in the Boston Duck boats with all the players and coaches showing off the trophy. My friends and I celebrated that morning/mid afternoon by attending the parade and cheering on the players. It was such a fun time seeing so many people dressed in Red Sox attire and singing along to Sweet Caroline, Dirty Water and just screaming for the players attentions. Also seeing the trophy was amazing, all nine of them that is.
After the parade was over, I headed back to my school to get ready for the rest of my Halloween evening. I was dressing up as a witch, and meeting up with my friend to head to my managers Halloween/Wedding party. My friend had dressed up as a wizard, and my co workers were dressed up as cats or famous celebrities. Once we got to my managers house, I took her gifts inside and was shocked by how her house was completely all decorated for this holiday, not knowing it stays up all year round. She’s so in love with Halloween that each year her and her husband go all out and decorate the outside of their house for this contest her neighborhood hosts. Everyone knows how much I love Halloween, so seeing her house all decorated inside and outside was just so fascinating for me!
Stay tuned for my next post!
Hi everyone! I haven’t wrote in awhile due to personal reasons, but I wanted to write about my weekend adventure with one of my friends. I’ll talk about the food places we went to, and the activities we did during the day. On Friday August 10th, my friend and I went to this cute little coffee shop called The Nest, which is in Orono. The Nest has everything from coffee, tea, bagels, and acai bowls. The interior design is beautiful, the menu has so much to offer for vegans and dairy free people, as well as it’s cheap! I had a bagel sandwich with iced coffee, and I must say it was pretty delicious. After The Nest, we headed to the pool to get some sun and swim for a bit. Then we left to go to Bar Harbor for the afternoon/evening. For dinner, we ate at Paddy’s Irish Pub and had some lobster rolls. I took her to some tourist shops when we finished eating, like Cool-As-A-Moose and other little shops. CJ’s was the plan afterwards for some ice cream and fruit smoothies. Once we finished our dessert, we said goodbye to Bar Harbor, and headed back into town to go home.