I got to see Verne on Saturday afternoon!
He is growing so much and is so darn cute.
WHAT A GAME!!
Tuesday I got to see the parade go by Cambridge Street!
I watched the whole thing through the windows during my lunch break.
I was warm and dry and it was lots of fun!
Saturday morning I picked Joe up from the train station
and we took a little detour over to 40 steps to watch the sun come up
Thursday was a snow day here.
This is a picture from my desk window where I sat warm and dry
watching the storm raging…
snow falling sideways due to the wind.
Romans 2: 6, 10-11
He will render to each one according to his works;
but glory and honor and peace for everyone who does good,
the Jew first and also the Greek.
For God shows no partiality.
This was in my reading yesterday morning.
I found it quite interesting in light of the current political upheaval.
I didn’t get a chance to see Verne this week but Bonnie sent me these
pictures of him playing peek-a-boo.
I love his facial expression when she is hiding….
and that smile!
The afternoon sunlight comes in through the living room windows.
Tucker likes to take a little cat-nap on the comfy chair.
All curled up in the warm winter light….me too.
Sadly, my daughter and I have schedules that rarely allow us to get together.
But, through the magic of instagram I am able to have a picture
of the day she visited with Verne.
Acorn street in Boston’s Beacon Hill area
is the most photographed street in Boston.
It’s only about a 5 minute walk from work so I often ramble over there
during my lunch hour. I love Beacon Hill!
Sadly, my co-teacher gave her two week notice yesterday.
I am going to miss her company so much!
She’s been one of my very favorite co-workers ever
and I am so fortunate that we had a chance to get to know one another.