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... needed! We didn't go down into the Boston Commons, it was too cold, but I heard from those who did and they said it was insane, but really fun. I don't think anything bad happened at all and I was really proud of Boston for that and all of the college kids who decided to respect the city that had just won instead of breaking it apart!
This weekend, my friends and I made a trek to Michaels in Cambridge. We have been talking for awhile about wanting to start crafting, taking time ...
... a right grumpy cow. It never stood a chance… I’m sorry Toronto. I promise to return and give you another chance. I have plenty of reasons to.
As if they are now playing Ace of Base. Amazing.
So Niagara was cool. I took a day tour there and the tour guide was a pretty funny guy, I liked him. He drove us all the 3 hour journey to the falls, cracking bad dad jokes all the way (I appreciate this humour. I am good at a bad dad ...
... little ducklings. Nico wanted to find this too of course! In fact, when we did find them, he insisted on sitting on the back of a few of the ducklings! I also took a picture of the plaque so I could remember what it was for. Naturally I have already forgotten.
Back Bay was next, if more briefly. I wandered up and down Newbury Street and some of the surrounding streets and stopped off at Pret for a drink. I also wanted to get some of my ...
... when I can. While it is hard to be away from Mark and my dear Upper Valley friends, I know that at Dana Farber and Brigham & Womens, I am getting the best
care available for the type of cancer I have.
A Zebra doesn't change its stripes.:) I am still snapping I photos as I wander around. Enjoy them.
I'm managing well and I plan to stay strong enough to continue to enjoy something about every day, during my short stay in Back ...
... by famed horticulturist Andrea Wulf who used examples from lives of the first 4 presidents - Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Maddison who all shared a passion for horticulture both ornamental and practical in their ideas for building a nation. Lobster snacks then back for cake and hot chocolate, a bit of planning and so to bed. Oct 6 Heading inland. A drive across country from Maine to New Hampshire. A quick stop for a 93c coffee in Rumsford in a dead town diner. ...