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Monthly Archives: June 2009

Celebrating Independence Day in Vermont

I love hometown parades and fireworks, so Vermont is right place to be to celebrate the 4th of July. Here are some of the happenings around the state. I live in Randolph, so will probably just walk a mile to Main Street to enjoy the festivities. The local fireworks are in a field across the […]

Family Vacation Time

I have been on vacation since last Wednesday. My mother came up from Central Florida to visit. She complains about the heat in Florida (and I heartily agree with her), but she does not tolerate the cooler weather of Vermont. Our temps have been in the mid-60’s and she is living in one of my […]

Road Trip This Week

I am looking forward to this week. Early Wed morning (about 5 am), I am taking off in the car for New Haven, CT – about a 3 1/2 hour drive straight south on 91. Yale Law School is hosting the Northeast Association of Pre-Law Advisors meeting, an annual event where pre-law advisors and law […]

Is it really June already?

This spring has gone by so fast – I can’t believe that we are already into June! I think part of the problem is that we have had so much rain and cool temps. Granted, we need to rain to create the green mountains for the Green Mountain state, but enough is enough! Summer school […]