Well, we had a long and gratifying hike in NH today on Sunday. We went up Mt. Sunapee. A few days ago, I saw an ideal weather forecast and encouraged the family to go up north. For a few years, we skied up there nearly every winter weekend. But, we have never been there in
Well, the family is out of town. And, for the first time, I am “home alone.” Our son is in California. Mrs. T. is away to visit her sister, and one of our other children is with her. Other children are with a school chorale trip in Ireland. Here is a view of County Killarney
We spent the weekend in NYC. Our kids are on spring break, and our college-aged son took the train down to be with us. Mrs. T. decided to mix it up and booked us rooms in Greenwich Village. I really like that part of Manhattan: young, lively, and significantly more gentrified, which is both good
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.
Mrs. T. and I tonight are cooking dinner. We last night had dinner out with friends, which was very fun. But, tonight, we are ditching a big-crowd cocktail party. We wanted to stay at home and just chill. So, I’m making some Mapo Ragù. It is very easy and delicious. If you like Korean food, this