A Mini Vacation…or Two


The past week was a bit of a whirlwind.

I went off with my family to Maine for a “relaxing” weekend on the beach, gobbling food and walking around the cute little town they call Ogunquit. I’m a seasoned Mainer (we’ve vacationed there just about every year of my life) so it was a bit of a familiar vacation. I was a happy camper fulfilling my list of usual shops and restaurants to stop in.


As we walked along I found a little gem. I have a minor obsession with vintage bugs. I find them completely adorable. This one won my heart over though, who wouldn’t love Herbie’s brother?IMG_20130602_162235

Over the weekend I was able to enjoy some rays with my friend Mairead on the beach and chatter about our lives and what’s new.

It took me a while to place my toes into the freezing Maine ocean. I can guarantee you the water didn’t go much further than that.


Oh…and how nice of someone to name a restaurant after me…

The day I came back it was already decided I’d be going down to Long Beach Island for some more sun and fun with friends.

I hopped back in the car the next day for a few hours drive down to LBI.


I was able to relax, swim, lose at some mini golf and enjoy even more food that delighted my belly…oh, and visit with some pretty great people.


It was an absolutely beautiful week of mini vacations. I found a ton of great restaurants and places I’ll be telling posting about this week.

Have a beautiful sunshiny week!



11 thoughts on “A Mini Vacation…or Two

  1. I spent 10 years of my childhood in Maine (though I lived an hour north of Ogunquit) and I’m going back for a 3 week vacation in July (to visit family & friends). It looks like you had a blast and I’m so jealous! Fantastic pictures by the way. 🙂

  2. I can verify how beautiful Oqunquit was that weekend! Had such a lovely time Tia thank you for the invitation! Loving your blog 🙂 xoxo

  3. I’d love to go to Maine – and check out the coffee scene there! Great posts! Keep up the writing – also, I’m interested to read about any coffee roasters in the area… cheers!

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