As the Buffalo Bills drive deeper into the playoffs, Erin drives home to watch the games in her aunt and uncle’s driveway. Why? Because family is joy.
Like so many, Erin’s family is trying to figure out how to do holidays this year. It’s going to be weird. It’s not going to be easy. But they’ll find a way.
The views at Allegany State Park are incredible indeed—but it has more than just great sights. Erin paints a vivid picture of delights for all five senses.
Taylor Swift’s “folklore” album, which she released late last week, has raised some strong feelings. Better ask an expert for this review.
Erin’s Italian side has come out in this quarantine, as if she is the living ghost of her Nonna. Hope you’ve got a big appetite. Because she’s cooking.
Since the pandemic, our poor desk chairs have been overworked and stressed in ways they never imagined. One chair speaks out.
While we’re all forced apart, Erin finds herself thinking back on memories of her grandfather, brought on suddenly by a plate of toast.
“Where are you from?” Well, that depends what you mean. When you’ve moved all over, and been influenced by those places, the question is nearly impossible.
Now would be a great time to work on that script you’ve always wanted. Instead, Erin is pitching Hallmark movies set in quarantine. Are we okay?