Sunday, June 5, 2011

Welcome to Honesdale!

Dear Reader,

I thought it was about time I shared a little bit of this town with you. It is beautiful and cute and wonderful all at the same time.

We'll first start with my home.

OK, well, just the outside of it. The inside is still getting livable. I live in the upstairs. It's super cute, I promise.

This is my roommate. He's a wasp who lives outside my kitchen door. Unfortunately I want him to die. And he probably will soon--as soon as I find someone else to kill him for me.

This is a cute bridge near where I work.

View from said bridge. Oh, and if there was any doubt of whether I could be happy here, please just note the trees.

Enough said.

And now a little bit of where I work!

This is one of the parking lots for Highlights. (P.S. that's my (new to me) car in the background! His name is Jacques.)

I created this little message when I was testing a craft for Highlights. Hm. Why yes, this is the best job ever.

Our beautiful building, built in the 1860s.

One of my favorite buildings off of Church Street.

Alcove of my favorite church on Church Street.

The library! It's insanely cute on the inside, too.

I love how so many cute houses paint their doors bright colors like this.

Luckily for me, this town has a bakery (well, it has a few, but Sweet Eden is my favorite I've been to so far). And they have delicious, cute cupcakes! As seen above.

More updates on Honesdale coming soon!


  1. Thanks for your comment on my blog, Annie! I've been enjoying your blog recently. Sounds like Highlights is treating you well! And the scenery and architecture is gorgeous! Glad to hear everything's going great, minus the wasp. =)

  2. Ummm....I WANT TO GO THERE!!! You are so lucky to live in a beautiful place with beautiful things to see!! Can I come visit? (Unfortunately I wouldn't be able to dispatch your roommate for you, however) I also love that you love your job. Couldn't be more thrilled for you. :)

  3. I want to come visit you! Honesdale just seems like a lovely place. The trees are indeed gorgeous, likewise the view from your bridge.