Did you know that there are over 2,000 Dunkin' Donuts in Boston? If you did, then you are a liar. Because, according to the interwebs, there are approximately 100 Dunkin' Donuts in the Boston area. Impressive. That's a whole lot of Dunkin' goin' on.
Had lots of fun shopping on Newbury Street and trying on these shorts that made my arse look like a fried egg and this hat that made me look like Dean Martin.
I did not buy this dress because of a prior fashion trauma. You will note the keyhole under my chestal-region. Well, 6 years ago I was on deck a cruise ship deep in the Mediterranean (yes, a cruise ship!) I was wearing a beautiful white eyelet dress whilst shuffle-boarding. Under the hot gaze of an Italian sun, I was using the shuffleboard stick to push the disc into the scoring zone when I inadvertently hooked my finger into the eye of an eyelet. I swung my mighty shuffle boarding arm and ripped off half my dress and that is how I exposed myself to the coast of Croatia. I could barely show my face on the lido deck for the remainder of the trip. Oh, the shame.
Behold, my beautiful shopping companions: Lo, Hayley, and KGB. These ladies know how to work their bows, cowboy hats, and yellow.
Lo is so chic. In this picture, she looks like a young Katherine Hepburn or a freakishly young Woody Allen cinematic love interest.
KGB is lovely in everyway. Not only is she a beautiful genius, she is also wearing a canary sweater. Bonus points!
We walked along the "Emerald Necklace" (the collection of green grassy parks along the Charles River). If you go to Boston (which you should) and the weather is favorable please please take a jaunt along this path. It is a wonderful way to see the city. Then we got tired and ended up finding a dock to lounge and take a reading break on. So, do take a walk. Do not wear yellow pants. Do eat donuts. Do not expose yourself to Croatia. Pearls of wisdom I have gathered along my travels. Life is such a learning experience.