Life After Windbird, Day 141: New Year’s Eve in New Hampshire
Date: Saturday, December 31, 2016
Weather: Partly Sunny
Location: At Home in Greenland, NH with Detta and Tom
It is very late, or more accurately, it is very early on New Year’s Day. Detta and I stayed up after everyone else had either gone home or gone to bed, trying to solve the world’s problems. Then when I turned my computer on to write this log, I got an email and attached photo from Heather, Jed, and boys that answered our question.
Be the change you wish to see in the world.
I’ll certainly keep this in mind as I begin 2017.
I had a fantastic day beginning with my arrival here in Greenland, New Hampshire. I was transported into instant winter. There is enough snow on the ground to at least make it look like winter and the snow doggie snowman in the Porat’s front yard was such a cheery greeting. Tom and Detta are the supreme host and hostess, and I was showered with Christmas presents and wonderful food. Dinner was fabulous starring pork roast and asparagus and butternut squash medallions topped with an incredible Moroccan sauce. So, so good. Sue and David Wolowitz came by later in the evening for a chocolate fondue dessert. We had fun visiting and playing a crazy word game.
I talked to friends and family wishing all a Happy New Year and had a special Skype video call with Justin, Jo, Ziggy, and Coco and then later with Heather and family. Happy New Year to all and to all a good night.