Summer, cont’d

Last week we drove through the Berkshires, where we lived once upon a time. Along the way, we stopped in Williamstown and went to the Clark Museum, a place that blissfully combines two of the things that make me happiest in this world–art and being outside. To get to one of the buildings, you climb up through a wood limned with white birch, and afterwards you stroll back down through a pasture (be sure to close the gate behind you).  From up there– views of mountains as far as you can see, as well as sculptures like this one:


We drove on to Boston, where our oldest girl received her Physician Assistant degree. My favorite speech offered this advice: “Keep your courage in an accessible place.”  A pocket crammed with courage, a backpack brimming with fortitude–these young, compassionate, dedicated healers need just that.  Here we are with our own brave Zoe. 

No words for the love and pride!

And still some summer left!

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