‘M’ is for ‘Massachusetts.’
I’ve promised to send you mini-postcards from Massachusetts. Here are some pics from our first 24 hours. We spent Thursday evening and Friday morning catching up, eating and lingering in Rena and Howard’s wonderful kitchen.
Friday afternoon was spent exploring Minute Man National Park.
Here we ran into a man named John Muresianu, from the Education First Party. John is running for the US Senate and offered to sing for us in any language. We suggested Mandarin. Click here to listen to John’s version of ‘Thoughts On A Quiet Night,’ by Li Bai. Not to be outdone by John (or Benjamin, in the ‘Red Coat’) Richard also joined in on the fun. Adding to our ‘M’ words, a Muscovy Duck graced us with a visit.
In the evening, Rena and Howard’s friends, Chris and Peggy, joined us for dinner. The food was mouth-watering, and the conversation left me wanting more (which truly speaks volumes)!
Next up on this ‘A to Z Challenge’…’N’ stands for ‘Number.’ Please stay tuned!