Articles by Susanna Parent

Susanna Parent is a freelance writer and Wisconsin native, who now begins her mornings brewing French press coffee in the home she shares with her husband and children in the Twin Cities. When the sun sets, you’ll find her with friends enjoying a glass of red wine, preferably outside underneath twinkly lights. When not exploring all that the Twin Cities has to offer, she is indulging her wanderlust spirit by brainstorming their family’s next new adventure.

The Hope That Comes From Springtime and Summer

“Spring is when you feel like whistling, even with a shoe full of slush”. As a Midwesterner, this quote by Doug Larson has me smiling. So long as the snow is melting, the sun is…