This is the new spin type thing that the kids jump on. I guess the net is to hold them on the ride. Not like when I was a kid. I guess too many kids got hurt on the roundabout ride, but that was the fun part.
Well we had to say goodbye to room 105 at Bentley University. It is so depressing when a great week has to come to an end. Although I was up late every night, I had a blast getting to know the many great teachers I met. The 200+ steps a day was not as bad as I thought it would be.
You can't make a stop in Boston without going to the only place where everybody knows your name. This was the fake one in Quincy Market. We went here on Saturday night and went to the real one Monday afternoon.
We went to Fablevision on part of our tour of Boston. It was so nice to see Peter Reynolds again. Thank you Lance and the Discovery Network for setting this up and giving us Peter's new book, "So Few Of Me".
Happy Anniversary to my husband and I! We just made it to year 13. James called Mark when I was in MD with the kids and planned to take me to dinner. I had a few of these watermelon martinis at dinner. Yummy!
Happy Independence Day America!!! Well we didn't have the "normal" July 4th dinner of barbeque. My uncle cooked crabs for us. They were mighty tasty! The kids thought it was neat when Uncle Al picked up the live crabs.