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Thursday, May 31, 2012

Congress Street, Rumford, Maine

After a great baseball game--the boys were fabulous--and a dinner of spanish rice and beef, we headed into town to the bank and then a photo on the main street. It's not busy on a Thursday evening at 8:30pm. 
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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Don't Quit Your Day Job, Professor.

So we started this hair cut with a plan. Obviously, that didn't work... so, with Simon's urging, I just cut it all off. Don't worry, Vibeke, it'll grow back. :-)

Saturday, May 26, 2012

90th Birthday Party

We drove to Boston on Friday to celebrate Maggie's 90th Birthday. To see the full album of photographs, click on this sentence.  Maggie is Pam Kent's mother. 

Monday, May 21, 2012

Homework after the Ball Game

After a fun baseball game in a neighboring town plus a drive-by at McDonald's, the boys settled in for some math homework. Remember to click on the photograph to enlarge....

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Maine Black Bear!

One of Rich's university students took a picture this morning of a Black Bear in her driveway. They're frightened of people and run away at first sight. Usually, they look for garbage and food that may have been left out. 

Monday, May 14, 2012

Happy Birthday, Bailey!

                                     Bailey at 2 years old. 

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Prom 2012

While Jan does a quick tour of New York City before heading to California, Simon is styled and enjoying Prom. To see all of the photos, just click on this sentence.  

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Thanks for the T-shirts!

School Activity on Drunk, Distracted, and Text Driving

The boys were a part of a day that highlighted the tragedy of drinking and driving... or distracted driving... this news video from our state TV station showcases part of the day. Click here to watch the video.

Friday, May 4, 2012

"Foreigns" in the Outfield

"Foreigns," as labeled by the local high school kids, is a term of endearment. And this year on the high school's JV baseball team, four of the international boys have stepped up to the plate (a baseball term for going up to hit the ball at home plate). They're having fun, but each admits the pressure on the individual player is immense as they play the field, coach first base, or step up to bat. It's impressive that they have been brave enough to take on an American sport like baseball. Click on this sentence to see a collection of photos from Facebook.

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Chicken a la Leonhard... Delicious!

Posing for the computer's camera

We needed a photo for the blog... so Bailey and I decided to pose for our computer's camera. (Actually, Bailey jumped into my lap demanding I put away the computer and feed him, but ... well...) We're waiting for the boys to call from baseball practice.  

Have a great day!