Monday, May 26, 2008

Moving!




Sorry I have been MIA for awhile.  This weekend was so beautiful in Boston...finally sun and warm temperatures!  We have been lucky to live only a block from the beach.  We took advantage of it one last time today and both went for a run (well I jogged) along the water.  We then went for dinner at Tony's Clam Shack and tried to stay healthy with BLTs!  It was a beautiful day and I'll be sad to leave our place.   But we must move on...And this next week will be our last in Quincy.  We have moved all the boxes (that you see above) and large furniture to Nathan's parents' home.  They have a nice little house behind their barn so everything will stay nice and dry while we're away.  Much thanks to Mary Jo and Alex for helping us this weekend!  We couldn't of done it with out them!   We are then subletting our friend Elyssa's place in Brookline, MA and will be there through the summer.  And then...off to Togo!!  Here's some pictures of our place...all packed up and ready to go!  

4 comments:

Sally Langford said...

So sorry I was not there to help with the packing of boxes! Many thanks to Alex and Mary Jo for their great help with the move. I owe you big time for help on your next move! Mom

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Nikhil said...

hey! so just wanted to let you know that we arrived safely in Togo. We are being transitioned into life REALLY slowly and head in a few hours to Agou where we will meet our host families for the next 11 weeks. Hope you are enjoying these final weeks, they go by fast. Togo is beautiful and im sure you will have an amazing training group. we'll be at our sites by the time you come in but i hope to see you at some point in Togo...

hint, there is free wifi on the top of hostel Mamy's but you sorta have to steal it. its slow but its free...

togo love,
-Nikhil

elizabeth touchon said...

I am a PCV's Mama and my daughter, Brittany called me today after being in Togo for 4 days. She loves it. Stay brave and amybe you will see her when you get there. Love, Elizabeth Touchon