Monthly Archives: November 2012

London Bridges

London Bridges falling down, my fair lady……… It is the last week of my sous-ensemble, mini November Project; at least in its original incarnation. What started as a cool writing project (note the Globe already caught this!), has ended up … Continue reading

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Affirmation

As I drove at dawn to Harvard Stadium from my house in Beverly, I could not help but wonder if I was crazy. This “sous-ensemble”, mini-November Project idea….was it really worth it? Running up and down stadium stairs and hills … Continue reading

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Words of Wisdom

I feel the need to share my Destination Deck story for today. I was very excited to play youth soccer in Central Square, and plugged the directions into my iphone to be sure I had it straight. I decided to … Continue reading

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Seriosity

My mini-November project had gotten off to a fabulous start. Halloween costumes and breakfast pizza one day, leap frog and tag the next, smiles and laughter atop Summit avenue, complete with “group” ticket, for having way too much fun. Yep, … Continue reading

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Recess!

Remember recess? Was it tag, or four-square, or hanging from the unsafe monkey bars, or swinging or playing tether-ball? I remember school recess as a time of laughing and running around with reckless abandon, at least in the early years. … Continue reading

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Summit Ave at Sunrise

The last of us make it down the hill….. It was on Friday, November 2. One day after “All Saint’s Day”. My first time doing the Summit Avenue repeats that the November Project has been doing together for months. I … Continue reading

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The “Real” November Project~ A bit of history….

MY “Petit” November Project” is to attend all workouts for the month of November, and write about the “Real” November Project on boston.com at the end. Founders Brogan and Boyan want journalists to have “grass stains on their knees” before … Continue reading

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