Wednesday, April 17, 2013

WW "B Strong Boston"

If you "know" me, you'll know I grew up in a town just outside of Boston. I love The Boston Red Sox. And my husbands' and my family all still live in various towns throughout Massachusetts.

Even though I moved to Virginia almost 2 yrs ago, I still consider Massachusetts my second home. This picture was on the Red Sox Facebook Page today:

In honor of Boston and Massachusetts here are some pictures that I didn't share from last summer. While visiting my Mom, we went into "Harvard Square." We also strolled around the Harvard campus.

Kids on Bus on the way into Harvard Square in their Red Sox shirts:

One of the buildings at Harvard (this is as close as they'll get to going there - lol)

B Strong Boston! 


  1. This is an excellent post. And one of your kiddos might just be running Harvard one day and bring this post back to haunt you. :)

  2. Happy WW.
    would be nice if you can link up at my blog.
    Have a nice day.

  3. I'm the same way about still considering my 'home' as Seattle - I love the shots, and I'm giggling over Rosey's comment that one of your kiddos might be running Harvard one day and this post will come back to haunt you! :)

    WW: Dorky Cat

  4. Following from the Thumping Thursday blog hop. Hope all your family back "home" are safe and well.

    Would love for you to stop by and follow back. Thanks!


  5. Loved the pictures. Excellent story. It's so great to "b"long to someplace. Have a blessed day!

  6. I didn't grow up here but I've lived in Massachusetts for over four years now and I've embraced it as true home! Love the post.

  7. Lovely story and great photos. Hope all your family in Boston are fine and safe!!
    Happy WW.

    Thanks for your visit and comment.
    Hilde :)

  8. I always loved being able to go into Boston, and then to turn around and leave the city behind until next time. Things may feel a bit different next time I go though :(

  9. Nice post. I used to live in Rhode Island and Mass as well from my teens to later 30s. I spent lots of weekends in Boston with my friends,(many of whom still live in the area). Any time innocents are attacked it is heartbreaking. When it hits an area you loved so much it stings quite a bit more. Thanks for sharing your pictures. I'm dropping by and a new follower from the Aloha Friday Blog Hop. Hope you can stop by and say hello.

  10. What a sweet post! I am from the northeast and have many friends in Boston, so I've been glued to the news.

    Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. I love yours so far and am following you back through Bloglovin. :)

  11. So glad that for now, the terror is over!
    Following you from Happy Friday

  12. I love this and I am SO glad it's all over!!

  13. Great post and I enjoyed your photos.

  14. Thanks for sharing your photos and story. :)