I tried to capture the way I feel in the disorienting and diminishing haze of a global pandemic, political strife and war. Ok...that's really just my reflection as I grab a pre-work joe at the Thames Street Speckled Axe!
Rosa's junior prom. What better place to take prom pictures than on Portand's Eastern Prom!
It was a great day for some backyard gymnastics.
We spent Mother's Day at Kettle Cove.
A closer inspection revealed it lead nowhere and there was nothing behind it. No matter.
I stretched my birthday into a second day. Because, why not. Oysters and snacks and little beers.
I spent my birthday in familiar territory. Biscuits and coffee at Tandem. The record store and book store. Lunch at SoPo Seafood. Dinner at home.
It has begun. We've started touring colleges with Rosa. This is St. Anselm in New Hampshire.
The tallest crane in Maine building what will be the tallest building in Maine...at 18 stories. That should give you an idea of the relatively small scale of life here.
We started a pasta phase.