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Archive for 'Newburyport'


We received a lovely sendoff from People’s UMC today in their best tradition – with a potluck lunch, flowers, cake, and a poem by Pat. Sue, with your sparkling eyes and contagious smile We’ve loved you being with us all the while We’re gathered here today to honor you and Brian For all the things […]

525,600 minutes

For some reason Seasons of Love from Rent has been running through my head a lot this season as I think back over the year. The first measure that comes to mind is miles. Brian has been logging his miles on the road (950 miles biked, 575 miles on foot) and meters in the pool […]

Yankee Homecoming Festivities

Like many towns, Newburyport has an annual festival.  I grew up anticipating the Three Rivers Festival – watching the parade on TV, attending an event here and there, and often enjoying an elephant ear (NOT to be confused with its smaller and less crispy Yankee cousin, Fried Dough) as an annual treat.  In Newburyport, we […]

Indian Hill Farm Reservation

Spring is in full force in New England and its arrival has definitely increased my motivation to be productive both indoors and outdoors.  Today I was feeling a bit unmotivated after having a great workout yesterday, but my friend Mike convinced me that it was so beautiful outside that I couldn’t possibly pass it up. […]

Mid-fall update

It’s been a while since we’ve posted. Su has been busy with travel lately and I’ve managed to stay busy with volunteer activities and work around the house. I’ve managed to come up with a good 50% whole wheat bread recipe using olive oil and honey in the bread machine. I also made a tasty […]

Catching Up

So other than dinner, what is new anyway?  Since our last post, here’s what we’ve been up to. Brian canned 7 quarts of fresh peaches, his first foray into home canning, with delicious results. FTSD’s awesome social chairs planned a kayaking trip to Hopkinton on August 22.  The weather was gorgeous and it was hard […]

Finally a bit of snow

We had an all-company meeting on Friday afternoon. (Congrats to Brian Hone for being honored as AIT’s Software Engineer of the year!). Around 6pm as we left the meeting, it appeared to be snowing, but just itty bitty flakes. I went back to the office to work on a paper, and completely forgot about the […]

Best Mexican Food … Ever

Brian and I celebrated the completion of my first year as a Director at one of our favorite restaurants in Newburyport, Agave. Not only do they serve authentic, tasty tamales and carnitas (among other dishes), but it’s also nice to have the hostess and waiter recognize us and exchange holiday greetings. We were at Agave […]