Paris: An Autumn Stroll Through the Gardens at Versailles

I have a love/hate relationship with Versailles. Love because, well, it’s Versailles: grand and gilded rooms, beautiful and vast gardens, the works. And hate because, well,¬†tourists. And lots of them. Even when planned well, Versailles can still be a bit soul-crushing, and I questioned whether I wanted to subject myself to that gauntlet this time … More Paris: An Autumn Stroll Through the Gardens at Versailles

Autumn in Ann Arbor

This post feels like a bit of a cop out, as it consists entirely of Instagrams and my previous post did too. However, in the last week or so, two circumstances have collided, leaving me with a bunch of Instagrams I really, really want to share. One, I got a new iPhone with a¬†way better … More Autumn in Ann Arbor

November in Instagrams

As I mentioned last month, I’m increasingly using iPhone photo apps to document my life. In fact, I’m often finding myself deciding not to bring a “real” camera to events because I know I’ll have my phone. I’m not sure that this is a good thing, but having an iPhone is definitely changing how I … More November in Instagrams

October in Instagrams

Ever since I finally got an iPhone last spring, I have been obsessed with the Instagram app. It’s a fun way to take photos and feel “artsy” even if you’re really not a talented/professional photographer at all. Here’s a look at some snippets of my October, via Instagram. Beautiful leaves around campus + peaceful mornings … More October in Instagrams

An Autumn Walk

To state the obvious, law school = lots of reading. Which isn’t really so bad, except that, every now and then, after sitting in one spot for hours, casebook open in front of me, I get a little stir crazy. To remedy that, I’ve started taking walks every evening. Not only is it, you know, … More An Autumn Walk