They Say It's Your Birthday

Trip Start Dec 04, 2005
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Trip End Jun 16, 2006


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Saturday, June 3, 2006

M: This was the first time in many months that we have gone separate ways. I went to NY to visit my friends Lisa and Ken and their 2 month-old twins (who I'm totally in love with) and spend some time with a friend from the last time I was abroad, Brian. I was also lucky enough to see Tom and to take a quick walk with Sebastian (two times in 6 months!). Basically, I liked NY better on this trip than perhaps ever before. I had gorgeous weather and got to spend some quality, relaxed time with good friends. Plus, there were babies. Really sweet, adorable babies.

J: I unfortunately had no babies in my days away from Missy. Instead I had kitties. I kitty-sat for the newlyweds, spent some QT with my Gram and a couple of my closest friends -- Katie and Michael from high school. It was a good reminder of how much I love Boston and definitely a great opportunity to spend time with some of those people I rarely see and miss so much when I am on the west coast.

M: Jessie picked me up in the bus station and we went to pick our grandmother up for a family weekend in Ogunquit, ME. Gram turns 80 this year and has a lot to celebrate in her life. So, Jessie, Mom, Dad, our Aunt Faye, Uncle Warren, cousin Matt, Gram and I braved the less-than-ideal weather and enjoyed some of the best parts of Maine - the lobster, the little shops and the chance to celebrate Gram's birthday with everyone being in the same place. (J: How about the Yummies shopping spree -- we all loved that stop, didn't we, Dad?!)

It's pretty amazing that time has not slowed at all since we returned to the States. If anything, it has sped up. It's hard to believe that we left Delhi almost 3 weeks ago and that we'll be home so soon. For now, in Massachusetts, we gleckel on...
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