Sunday, April 27, 2014

2014 Rye Derby

We all ran in the Rye Derby again this year. Eason and I ran the 5k (3.2 miles), and afterwards Aviva and Andrea and Eason ran the 1 mile fun run.

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Saturday, April 26, 2014

Memorial Shindig

Just in time for my mom's birthday the Browncoats of NYC had a Memorial Shindig in her honor. A lot of her friends came and there was a lot of food and drink and stories. Leslie made a slide show of photos from past events. It was very touching. There was also cake.

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Sunday, April 20, 2014

Cape May Anniversary

We spent our anniversary in Cape May. We had a great breakfast buffet at The Grand. Then we took a trolley tour around town. We visited the Hotel Alcott where we got married. Kate remembered us and took some pictures for us.We spent the rest of the afternoon at the beaches.

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Saturday, April 19, 2014

Up And Down And All Around Cape May

After we got up we got breakfast and went to The Lighthouse. We had a great view of the ocean and Cape May. Then we went walking along the beach on the west side of Cape May Point. The kids collected shells and horseshoe crab shells. The we went and rented a four seat pedal car and road around Cape May. Then Eason and I did our weekly 5k run up and down Beach Avenue in Cape May. It took us between 34 and 36 minutes. At night we went to the movies.

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Thursday, April 17, 2014

Cape May, Revisited

For Andrea's Birthday and our anniversary we all went up to Cape May to visit where we got married 12 years ago. Some things are a little different, but mostly it looks the same.

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Monday, April 14, 2014


We went to the Oksman's for Passover dinner.

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Saturday, April 12, 2014

Derby Practice Run

Today was our last day to practice for the Rye Derby in Rye, so we tried to run as close a course as we could to the actual Derby course. We had to take an alternate route towards the end of Playland Parkway since it is not open to pedestrians, but we managed to minimize the detour and maintain the same distance.

We made the mistake of running right after lunch on a full stomach and Eason had a hard time. Towards the end there were lots tears and complaining, but he persevered. In the end, despite the crying, we cut a minute off our best time and ran 3.3 miles in 34 minutes. The best part of all is that, after all his complaining and wanting to stop, it took all of 30 minutes afterwards to be glad he didn't and proud of what he accomplished.

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Running around Rye

Eason and I have been training for the Rye Derby. Today we ran 3.3 miles in 35 minutes.

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Who Lives On Your Lawn?

Where I grew up, there were no Jesus lawn signs. There were no lawns, but Jesus lived right down the block. And another Jesus lived right around the corner. Moving to the suburbs has been quite an adjustment.

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