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LOCAL VIEW ---Peas and Patriots---

Yesterday, with the help of my eldest daughter, we got 75 feet of edible podded peas planted. (I don’t bother with the ordinary peas any more; too long a run for too short a slide.) With God’s grace we should be getting crunchy pea pods to munch around June 15. 1,394 more words

New England Weather

Boston Strong.

In the past two years, it hasn’t gotten any easier to walk past the Marathon finish line. For us, this is a near daily occurrence as said finish line is directly outside of the Boston Public Library – whose children’s room is my daughter’s favorite place in the city (probably therefore her favorite in the whole world as she hasn’t really gotten out much these ten months). 319 more words


Bogaerts' Single In 9th Lifts Red Sox Over Orioles 3-2

BOSTON (AP) — Xander Bogaerts blooped a winning single with one out in the ninth inning and the Boston Red Sox won a game that included a couple of much harder hits, edging the Baltimore Orioles 3-2 Friday night. 469 more words


Hallelujah it's Spring.!!

I just got super excited about spring.!! I think this might the motivation that I needed.

I’m not running in the dark anymore.!! Well at first I am for a little bit, but not for long because thanks to spring, the sun is coming up a whole lot earlier. 666 more words

Pharmaceutics or Final Four? Ask Brad Stevens

Celtics fans are happy they have him. Butler fans are probably absolutely distraught they don’t. Brad Stevens is a genius. In every shape of the game, he knows how to coach. 482 more words

NCAA Tournament

Shapes and reflections

This is the ceiling of a beach “shelter” in our neighborhood. I thought the shapes and the reflections were interesting.