Hi, all. Waiting is hard. So here are some pretty pics to distract you. Friday was the day I’d scheduled to take some time off, go for nice walk, and get some pictures of the fall foliage. In typical 2020 fashion, it didn’t go quite as planned… So I went with it. Everything is great…. Read more »
Leaf season is late this year in eastern Massachusetts. We’ve been paying attention, waiting for a sunny day to visit Mount Auburn Cemetery :o). Here are some photos, especially for those of you who don’t get to enjoy a leaf season. Kevin took this one with Fancy Camera. That’s me. I took the rest with… Read more »
Leaf season this year has been (1) late and (2) more muted than average. My walk through the cemetery on Tuesday wasn’t as spectacular as it is some years — but it was still beautiful. Especially for those of you who don’t get to experience a New England fall, here are some pictures :o)
The next thing I do on this blog will be my post about superhero girls and women, so help me God. I just looked it up and I’ve been promising to do that since July! Eeek! But for now, here’s a little bit of autumn in New England for those of you who don’t get… Read more »
Some randutiae is more random than others, and the more recently I’ve come home from a big trip, the more random it’s likely to be :). My attentions and passions are spinning around in all different directions as I settle back into life at home. It’s recently come to my attention that the default on… Read more »
This… is the southern tip of Greenland. Wow. And this… and this… and especially this… is how I know I’m home. 🙂
Fall in Boston (Cambridge in the foreground)… fall in New York (Washington Square Park)… and fall at a train station in between. (Whereas once I would’ve said that these photos were taken thanks to my iPhone 4s, since the most recent iOS update, the best I can say is that they were taken despite my… Read more »
I liked this lady who was biking through the rain with at least a dozen soccer balls. (Taken from the bus.) These people have installed new outdoor carpeting. New England in October… Happy sigh.