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I’m one of the lucky ones. I’ve worked at home for years, so my daily routine hasn’t changed much. My husband retired almost two years ago, then took a 6-month consulting job that allows him to telecommute, so we haven’t lost a lot of income (tho’ I can’t bear to look at the 401K that was supposed to be our safety net). We have a roomy house with a courtyard and a back deck that looks out onto trees with visiting birds – and once, an owl! Our two grown daughters are safely ensconced with significant others, so no one has been stranded where they don’t want to be. And we live in a blue state with a Governor who has a medical degree and takes the science of fighting this thing seriously. So, I realize that everything I write comes from a place of privilege, along with a sense…

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Easter 2017

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Easter in New Boston on a very warm day. Great day for an Easter Egg hunt.

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The Group (note the lack of snow)
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Susan baked some bread in her car
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Nice to see Rachel and Stephanie again
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Nice to hear the stream
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We had three kids for the hunt this year
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I had daffodils just in time for Easter
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Kielbasa and beet colored horseradish – heavenly!
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Daisy finds an egg
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Emma Rose was happy just having a stick or leaves
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Easy Pickings
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Stephanie and Emily
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Jesse arrived in a rally car
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Stephanie and Ryland
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Mom enjoys the sun
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Easter Cake