2017 was a roller coaster year. I'm going to focus on the positives, and I thought I would share my year in review! I officially made Seersucker Optional a public blog, instead of just the personal ramblings that I've been posting since 2015. This was a huge commitment, and especially in the last … Continue reading Year in Review
We had a wonderful holiday at home with family. Because my schedule is so bananas, I have only been home once or twice this year... even missing Thanksgiving. Getting to spend the weekend with my parents, brother, Nate, and the pups, was such a gift. I got to visit with my cousin Katie and her … Continue reading Holiday Cheer
The letters to Santa are sent, the tree is trimmed, and the presents are wrapped! Nate and I stopped by the Palace Hotel in NYC to take our annual holiday photos and now we're down in NJ with the family for Christmas. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from our family to yours! … Continue reading May Your Days Be Merry and Bright
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So I spent my Thanksgiving in China. As you all wake up to start the turkey in the oven and the potato mashing extravaganza, I'm closing out my exciting day. Never fear, I DID get a little bit of turkey! I am so thankful for the opportunities that joining the CEM faculty have … Continue reading Thanksgiving
Happy Halloween from our little Unicorn and Dragon Family to yours. Xo.
Sixteen years ago, I was a freshman at the University of Maryland. Having just returned to my dorm room after the spending the previous evening drinking smirnoff ices and consoling my friend Katie over a boy, I happened to turn on the tv before i went to class. I grew up a little over an … Continue reading Sixteen Years