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We are very excited that on October 22 our grandson is scheduled to be delivered by c-section. After our return we will be flying to California to meet him and enjoy a visit with Kate (soon to be a big sister) and Seth and Ann Marie.
I will be updating my blog and sending a link when I can. Wifi may be very spotty so I don't know how often I can ...
... we were able to witness some interesting domestic scenes. We also had some guy walking around in a full body suit squirting some sort of chemicals outside of our room. When I questioned whether there was any danger in us being so close to the chemicals, he refused to answer or take his gas mask off....this is when we changed rooms!
We were happy to leave and head into NYC.
... Enemies in the hinder Parts, and to give us their Land for an Inheritance."
That nugget of history alone quelled my musings for any thread of spectral meaning regarding my British lineage and the "Susan Anne" ferry. "Utter bosh," I declared, and we drove on to Boston.
Deanne used the internet, and for a very sane price, secured us a swanky suite at "The Double Tree" on the outskirts of the Massachusetts capital. The Double Tree wifi was blisteringly fast so I ...
... of period furniture and decorative arts as well as paintings. There’s a very
good modern collection from impressionism through abstract expressionism, and
large galleries focusing on the art of Asia, Africa, and the Pacific Islands. I’m
glad I parked my car in a garage rather that feeding meters on the street
because I spent way more time in the museum than I had anticipated.
... by architect
Louis Kahn. The Center with its sole focus on the art of one country is
something unique in the U.S. and a place I have been looking forward to seeing
for years. The palce is definitely worth a visit for anyone who’s near New
Haven and likes paintings.