Dayton History Books Online is such a great source of interesting historical information about Dayton but my favorite feature is the treasure trove of images available through their website.
This website is gaining in popularity thanks to a well curated facebook page that delivers daily doses of historical images to its [...]
I’m looking forward to reading Book of Tea by Kakuzo Okakura because this first page grabbed me and pulled me in. Also, I think I might be a Teaist, which I’m hoping turns out to be a real thing:
Bunny’s Hasty Tasty Pancake House is one of the first restaurants I visited with my husband while we were still just dating (this photo is from 2009 though – a year after we were married). I thought it was very quaint and reminiscent of where my sister and I spent a lot of time in [...]
After a long string of cookouts, it finally rained and I finally got a sit-down meal in a restaurant for the first time in a long time. My husband and I stopped in to Jimmy’s Italian Kitchen because I had always heard that the place was amazing. First of all, this place [...]
The weather in Dayton, Ohio has been a rollercoaster ride this spring. We went from 85 degrees in March to temperatures in April reaching an all time low of 35 degrees. Earth Day this year was in the 30s and very cold and uncomfortable to those of us used to around 70. Since [...]
Something about living in an old Dayton house (built 1914) makes me more interested than ever about Dayton history. I recently picked up A History of The Barney & Smith Car Company of Dayton, Ohio (written in March of 1911) at the library and after 20 pages or so realized that they were [...]
Welcome!I love Dayton, I've lived here for all of my 26 years and don't plan on settling anywhere else. I started this blog as a way to showcase the best of Dayton (as seen through my perspective) and also to share some of the things that occupy space in my mind, namely beauty, home decor, quotes, and various aspects of my life.