I write this as two of the lovely women in my life are fast asleep. Becky is on the couch, Catherine is in her car carrier on the floor in our apartment, both enjoying the darkened room and air conditioning. We just got back from a trip to the Old North Bridge for a father’s day picnic with Ken, Dianne, and Corey. We ate in the picnic area at the North Bridge parking lot and then went for a walk across the bridge. The weather was very nice, although it was a bit hotter than I would have liked. After our walk, we got back in our cars and headed over to the Kimball Farm in Westford for some ice cream. Yum. Now we’re at home getting in some R&R. You can see our father’s day pics here.
Yesterday, Jenn and Matt came up to visit. We went to the Atomic Cafe for lunch, and then drove up to Gordon to show Matt around (it was his first visit to the North Shore). It just happened to be the day that they were having the groundbreaking, finally, for the new science center. At my commencement in 2001, all of the science majors presented President Judd with bricks symbolizing our desire for a new science building to be built. Since I started at Gordon in 1997, I’ve seen three new dorms, a new cafeteria addition, a new music building, new arts building, new parking lot… Finally, almost 10 years after I started at Gordon, they’re getting started on a new science building. Sheesh. Anyway, after we finished our tour of Gordon, we went to Lynch Park and had some ice cream at Dick and June’s, and then Jenn and Matt were on their way. You can see our pics from the day here.