Scenethat’s Favorite Spots on MIT Campus

OK. I haven't seen all of MIT's campus and I've only been there twice. However there are some spots that grew on me. Places where I was awestruck and places that I tried really hard to re-visit. There is so much to see. What is your favorite place in the Boston/Cambridge area? https://youtu.be/xJlmK3D33hg

3 free ways to experience Boston Public Garden

Today I had the privilege to walk from Cambridge, Massachusetts (Kendall Square) to Boston's (Kenmore Square). Along the walk I spent a bit of time in Boston Public Garden which is beautifully squeezed between the familiar Boston Common and the Commonwealth Avenue Mall. I saw a lot. In this post I want to share my … Continue reading 3 free ways to experience Boston Public Garden

Why you need to know Phillis Wheatley

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August 2017 A tribute to Phillis Wheatley  is at the Boston Women’s Memorial along Commonwealth Avneue Mall. Phillis Wheatley, was the first published African-American female poet. Phillis Wheatley was sold into slavery at the age of seven or eight and transported to North America. She was purchased by the Wheatley family  of Boston who taught her to … Continue reading Why you need to know Phillis Wheatley

Four faves about Cambridge, Mass.

I spent four days in and around Kendall Square and here are my favorite experiences: 1.Walkability. I liked Cambridge because you can walk everywhere. We literally walked from Cambridge (Kendall Square) crossed the Longfellow Bridge in to Boston, bypassed the Massachusetts State House, crossed over into Boston Commons, and Boston Public Gardens, and walked countless … Continue reading Four faves about Cambridge, Mass.

Boston Skyline

With the Boston cityscape in the background, the Charles River in the center and the MIT campus in the foreground, this image offers a perspective of scale. My favorite pare of this photo are the colorful sailboats that dot the vast river flowing through the city. This week's Daily Post Challenge is on the topic … Continue reading Boston Skyline

Corners and Angles at MIT’s Stata Center

An engineering marvel, The Stata Center is one of the most recognizable and iconic buildings on the Campus of Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge. It is a perfect entry  Daily Post's Weekly Photo Challenge: Corners  Boston Globe architecture columnist Robert Campbell wrote "the Stata is always going to look unfinished. It also looks as … Continue reading Corners and Angles at MIT’s Stata Center

Greens at Green Meadow Farm

September 2014 A delightful tour of Green Meadow Farm in South Hamilton, Massachusetts showcased the truest of organic greens like kale, lettuce, beets, asian greens, spinach, arugula,  cabbage, carrots, brussels sprouts. The fields were green and ripe for harvest.  I enjoy posting in the weekly photo challenge hosted by The Daily Post. This week's theme … Continue reading Greens at Green Meadow Farm

Loving Lighthouses

I enjoy the reminiscent beauty of a lighthouse. They are majestic and functional. These photos were taken over various periods of time. New England in 2013-2014, North Carolina in 2010, Florida in 2009, Michigan in 2014. God's word is like a lighthouse ... it illuminates and directs. When we are wayward, God's word steers us … Continue reading Loving Lighthouses