Author Archives: suthrncan

About suthrncan

Southern girl who loves travel, farms, markets, bourbon, food trucks and a good cup of coffee!

Holiday Flurries

We are embarking on the first leg of our holiday travels tomorrow.  I feel like there are dozens of tasks nipping at my heels but I’m taking a few moments to sit and chill.  I might call it tonight and … Continue reading

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Season of Lights

A lot of time has passed since my last post.  A lot has happened since my last post.  Most of it chaotic, some of it personal and a great deal is tied in to the holiday season.  These days, if … Continue reading

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Through the Storm

I am guilty, when referring to a messy space, of saying that it “looks like a hurricane went through here”.  Molly can testify to this.  When I see everything that has happened with my family and our loved ones in … Continue reading

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She’s a Biggun

East Coasters, I hope you’re all taking proper precautions for Hurricane Sandy, this storm is massive. – They are closing the MBTA at 2:00 this afternoon.  Good luck to all of you who have to get home from work. – … Continue reading

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Something Wicked Awesome This Way Comes

Fall is here, in case you haven’t noticed.  I strolled through the graveyard near my house last weekend and caught some lovely color.  I’m glad I didn’t delay doing this because it really seemed to peak that day and a … Continue reading

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Feel the Love

I feel that I rarely make posts that involve happenings on a more personal level.  Places, events, eateries…I am all over that stuff. Here is a post about feelings and sharing, mmmkay? I think that I am (hopefully) well defined … Continue reading

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Falling with Style

In the last few months, I did my best to prepare myself for what I knew would be a difficult transition.  I have few fond memories of middle school other than meeting my life long friend, Laura.  I was the … Continue reading

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