The Fifth floor of the Boston Anthenaem A good place to work on a rainy Monday Morning. My little desk was surrounded by bound minutes and reports of private men’s clubs in the 19th century.
Me and Suzie on Main St in Cummington heading down to her mud wallow in the Westfield River where she delighted in scaring fishermen. Suzie was minding for once. When she didn’t want to go, she didn’t go. Or she would go in an entirely different direction.
First Parish (lots of history behind THAT name) Unitarian Universalist Church on Meeting House Hill in the Bowdoin Geneva neighborhood of Dorchester.. Very clean freshly painted room, very sweet gentle people on a very hot hot day. eating ice cream at “coffee hour” under a Dorchester Founded in 1630 Banner.
Rebecca Solnit on changing the world, “The Case for Hope, Continued.” (via utnereader)
on a sticky on my desk top….
Hope is not course of action
Richfield St. Neighborhood Association
Boston Shines Team
You gotta love Flavio wrapping a Boston Shines T Shirt around his handsome head.