Friday, April 18, 2014

This week on Marlborough 4.18

^Love this shot of josh I took at Halibut Point last weekend (Rockport, MA)

Happy Friday! I hope everyone has a wonderful Easter weekend and good luck to all those running in the Boston Marathon on Monday. My eyes welled up a little as I watched Copley Square transform once again into a finish line this week on my walks to and from work. To be honest, seeing the whole thing take shape again completely overwhelmed me and all of the memories and feelings from last year - confusion, anger, sadness - just flooded back in a way that I wasn't ready for. Walking by the week and seeing all of the smiling faces, bright banners, and countless tents, you'd never know that at this time last year, Back Bay was essentially a ghost town. All those runners crossing the finish line on Monday (and all those cheering those runners on) will prove that Boston is stronger and more fearless than ever. I've never felt such an overwhelming sense of pride for being a Bostonian than I have this week. I just love this city so much.

PS if you missed it, check out the marathon finish line photo-shoot that the Boston Globe did with survivors this week. So inspiring.
Here are some other fun links from this week...
  • The 24 people who applied to the #WorldsToughestJob. I loved this! 
  • Girl Meets World looks so bad that it may be good.
  • 30 reasons to love blue, green & purple. 
  • If you missed the biggest fail in social media history this week, get caught up here. And then read these 30 hilarious Twitter reactions
  • The smartest dog ever. 
  • Wayfair launched a new commercial this week! Introducing: Wayfair, the musical
  • This girl has my bet to win this season of the Voice. Her performance this week is definitely worth a listen. 
  • National Geographic concludes what Americans will look like in 2050, and it's beautiful
  • 8 million flower petals explode over a town in Costa Rica for a new Sony ad campaign. So pretty.
  • This daddy/daughter fashion duo are seriously stylish. 
  • This flatbread recipe has my mouth watering. 
  • Love the look of this quirky midcentury "urban tree house" in California. 

Have a great weekend!


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