This week I had to say goodbye to one of my favorite people in the world. My Nana was the strongest, smartest, and sassiest of women, a true one of a kind, and anyone who knows me has heard me brag about her on more than one occasion. I cannot imagine my world without her fierce spirit and laughter. She is in everything I do, from my stubbornness and sense of humor, to my love of travel and cooking. I would not be the woman I am today without her example to guide the way. I love you, Nana ❤️ 10.1.1926 - 6.7.2018
This beautiful patchwork of salt pans on the coast of Gozo has been tended by the same family for generations, harnessing the Mediterranean sun and sea to produce delicious natural sea salt 🌞🌊💙
Last week on the road through the Cairngorms 🏔 Guessing these mountains are a little more than just snowcapped today!
Remembering those who fell during the last stand of the Jacobite army on the windswept moor of Culloden 💙🏴
Things I miss most about NYC: the bagels, my people, and the endless art 🎨 So glad I got to catch the 'Louise Bourgeois: an Unfolding Portrait' exhibit during my visit: Bourgeois is one of my absolute favorite artists and her art and range never fail to amaze me 💙