It’s pretty incredible how technology has progressed. Mrs. T. felt very strongly when we married that we shouldn’t have TV (more here). She thought it would be better for our marriage. And, when we had our first child, she didn’t want TV to be a babysitter. It has paid off. All of our children learned
I last night took our son out to dinner. I thought it would be a great way to chat before he and his a cappella group go on their winter tour before they go back to college. With his permission, I’m writing about a topic we discussed: “Trump’s Tweets.” In particular, our son thought that
I love Saturday snowstorms. We’re due for up to 12″. But, before all that, we had a family outing this morning: a youth music gala. The eastern district of the state conducts auditions for various music groups. Those groups later will audition for the all-state groups. Two of our kids are in the district chorale.
This has been the best Christmas week of my life. Our son is home from his 1st semester at college. It is great to have him back. Also, no travel, some good meals, a happy vibe at the house, and a realization that our children have become very amazing people. Here are snapshots of memories. Mrs.
Was up before dawn and was all done by noon. The river was quiet. Snow became sleet and became freezing rain. There are few people out on the water in the winter, particularly when there’s precipitation. I love it. It’s a favorite time for me to be out there. Snow all around, treacherous ice on
Advent houses created by girls in Religion 8 hang outside of the Chapel. The words on the stairs are reflections on the season of Advent, and the houses represent their hearts making a home for Jesus. #NCDS #MiddleSchool #artandreligion #advent #adventseason #sacredheartschool A photo posted by Newton Country Day School (@newtoncountrydayschool) on Dec 12, 2016