This past summer Louise and Peter took a wonderful trip to D.C., Belgium and France, and had the privilege of seeing the famed Bayeux Tapestry, a contemporaneous depiction of the Norman Conquest of 1066. The tapestry is remarkable not only for being about 230 feet long and a thousand years old, but because it pictures EVERY MAJOR EVENT of our own year! See for yourselves.
|Our travel to Europe went fairly smoothly but next time we may spring for business class. The carry-on situation has become ridiculous.||Our daughter Antonia returned from a two-year Peace Corps gig in Cameroon and brought her African cat, Bruce, back with her.||Bruce became the fourth feline member of the household and so we were officially inducted into the Royal Society of Crazy Cat People||We feted Antonia with a selection of American delicacies such as Domino's pizza, cheesy bread and Cheez-it crackers that she had been longing for in Cameroon.|
|In spite of the pleas of her co-workers, Madeleine decided to strike out on her own and leave Comixology. She is now happily working as the Administrator for Barnard College's Political Science Department.||We've all enjoyed following the presidential primaries.||As for Peter, he continues going into battle every day against software bugs, competitors and even his own clients.||And although occasionally interrupted by non-profit consulting work, Louise's gardening and composting duties continue to bear down on her.|
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