Moving to Boston has been one of the best decisions I have ever made. It has enabled me to experience a wonderful new place, learn an entirely different way to exist, and given me the opportunity to meet incredible people. One of whom I wouldn’t trade for the world, Kelcy. We bonded instantly over the fact that we weren’t from Boston and even more over the fact that we share a “southern” accent. I think hers is thicker than mine, she might disagree.
At the time of this trip in January, I hadn’t been outside the city area since my trip home to Kentucky over Thanksgiving.
One of the downsides of living in the city without a car is that you can rarely get very far away from it!
When Kelcy invited me out to spend the weekend at her family’s home, I jumped at the chance.
We had a blast! I finally got to meet her amazing parents who are about as infatuated with food as I. I learned to make homemade pasta to go along with our amazing chicken parmesan. We worked off our delicious meals by going ice skating out on a community pond. If you brought your own blades, you could skate to your heart’s content.
I’m in love with Boston…but sometimes a break from the city is a welcomed change.
La Dame de Notre Renaissance Française is located on the Nashua River in Nashua, New Hampshire.
- New Hampshire Vacations (orbitz.com)
- How to Make Fresh Pasta (thekitchn.com)
- Chicken Parmesan Recipe (FoodNetwork.com)
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