Back when it wasn't nasty out, my friend Matthew and I took a trip to Mount Auburn Cemetery to take some photos. You can see Matthew's work (as well as some amazing poetry) on Instagram here.
Did we have a great time baking at Lilli's? Yes. Did I get a single picture of Lilli that I can put on the public, front-facing Internet? No, of course not.
This post isn't called "dream cake" because it's my favorite cake -- it's called that because I had a dream in which I ate almond-pistachio cake and I was so intrigued by it that I made up a recipe for it and tried to replicate it in real life. I thought it was a little …
The woman who runs this laundromat recognizes everyone who comes in. We don't know each other at all, but she pays so much attention that she gave me a sock I accidentally left here over a month ago.
I did not love biking through this, but it was pretty.
This picture requires no explanation. If you enjoy Tex-Mex, want to eat large amounts of cheese, and are going to be in the Cambridge, MA area, please go to Border Cafe in Harvard Square and order a burro. Not sponsored, I just love this burro that much.
Some neighbors a little down the street from us have an enormous collection of inflatable lawn decorations. Every Sunday during football season, they inflate this Patriots player, but the rest of the week he just kind of. . .hangs around.
My senior honors thesis class, for a reason neither the students nor the professor can fathom, is in the building that houses the Tufts Institute for Applied Research in Youth Development -- in the same room my sports videography internship with the IARYD held trainings in summer 2016. Very weird.
Tufts was still putting the finishing touches on its newest building, the Science and Technology Center, when classes started this fall. Here's my photo of the day: some rolled sod waiting to be laid out outside SciTech by maintenance workers.