My husband sent me a text this morning that suggested I take my 5 year old, G, outside to check out Maine Street. After the blizzard yesterday (or “lizzard,” as my 2 year old has been calling it), the Brunswick Rec department had a good amount of clean up to accomplish downtown. Luckily, we didn’t […]
Ever wonder what lobstermen do with with their traps and buoys when it’s too cold to lobster? Some stack them up in their yards. The creative ones make Christmas trees. Happy Holidays from Brunswick, Maine!
One of the many reasons I love living in downtown Brunswick, Maine is the vibrant arts community. It’s hard to walk anywhere in town without hitting an art gallery, theatre or a local business that displays the works of area artists. Every now and then, the Five Rivers Arts Alliance will sponsor open studio events, […]
So, I’m going to a retreat for work tomorrow. It’s at a board member’s house on Little Sebago Lake. Should be nice, though I hate going anywhere west in Maine due to the lack of an east-west highway in the state. I mapped out the route from Brunswick. Here’s what it looks like: It’s true […]
Election time is in full effect right now. While they may just be mid-term elections, there are some pretty important people and items to vote on next month. I was visited by two local candidates running for office this past weekend. Both made impressions on me, and I was able to decide exactly who I […]
There are a lot of reasons why my family lives in Maine. There’s the ocean, the mountains, the endless amount of state parks, the fairs and festivals, the five seasons (mud season falling between winter and spring), the rugged independence. Another reasons is for days like Maine Maple Sunday. On the fourth Monday in March, […]