A Writer’s Vacation

As I step outside the Boston airport, my brown leather writing suitcase and I are greeted by familiar sounds, smells and a cool New England breeze on a busy Friday afternoon. As we continue to find our way to the big blue Brockton and Plymouth bus, the thick Boston accents that we continue to hearContinue reading “A Writer’s Vacation”

The City By The Bay

A time well spent inΒ The City, San Francisco. San Francisco is without a doubt the most beautiful city in the United States. View this post on Instagram A post shared by πšπš‘πšŽ π™»πš’πšπšπš•πšŽ πšƒπš‘πš’πš—πšπŸ» (@thelittle_thing5) View this post on Instagram A post shared by πšπš‘πšŽ π™»πš’πšπšπš•πšŽ πšƒπš‘πš’πš—πšπŸ» (@thelittle_thing5)   Like the Little Thing5 on Facebook

Nashville

A look back at an unforgettable weekend down in Nashville, Tennessee. It just so happened to be the NHL’s All-Star Weekend as well, so the Little Thing5 had to make a surprise visit in the Music City. Post to follow… View this post on Instagram A post shared by πšπš‘πšŽ π™»πš’πšπšπš•πšŽ πšƒπš‘πš’πš—πšπŸ» (@thelittle_thing5) Follow McKenna’sContinue reading “Nashville”

Opening Day In New York

The MLB season may be too long and seem to drag on forever, but whether you’re a baseball fan of any team or none at all, there’s one day that brings a unique atmosphere and excitement to cities all over the U.S. It’s a day that portrays pride, laughs, cheers, and spontaneous smiles. It’s aContinue reading “Opening Day In New York”

A Taste of London

In 2009, a six hour flight over the Atlantic Ocean landed Joe Rapolla Jr. and I in London. We were on Spring break during High School visiting my sister who had been studying abroad in London for a college semester. Joe and I were two young and eager 18 year-olds about to go on vacationContinue reading “A Taste of London”

A Change of Pace

This past summer while driving back from a friend’s house in a suburb outside of Philadelphia, located in South Jersey, I decided to try something different, a change of pace. I had a general idea of which way I had to take to get onto the main highway to get back home to the Shore,Continue reading “A Change of Pace”