Brian and I (and Jane) had a great weekend in Boston. Jane is a wonderful little traveler and everyone around us on our outgoing flight said they have never been by a more pleasant baby on an airplane. Colin and his Nana had a nice weekend also with only a couple of meltdowns. I missd Colin, but since we had to turn around the next day to leave for a big extended trip would have been very, very difficult. (Thanks Mom) It was my first time in Boston and it was lovely to see some of our country's history. We will have to go back and be real tourists since it was a hectic weekend with three performances.

I grew up reading "Makeway for Ducklings" so I enjoyed this tribute on the Boston Commons.

As we were walking Brian was commenting about how beautiful Boston Commons was in the Spring (since he had a concert that I was too pregnant to travel for in May). Right as he made this comment we stumbled upon this strange flowering tree. Hmm. . . Last January in Paris we also saw strange wintertime flowering trees.

When my Dad was in grad school in the early 1960's, my parents attended church in this building. We had a lot of family visit us this weekend from Connecticut and Vermont but I sadly never got a group shot. It was great to see Pat and April's family and Chelsea and Jake.

The Hadyn and Handel Society had a lovely meal for us after the last show. Here are 3/4 soloists, the conductor Paul Daniels and Michael Jendrysik who took good care of Brian.

Jane looks a little put out by being the only baby at a very adult dinner.

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