An amazing day to play at the beach... and mommy plays with the camera. Really we went to MV because of its historical significance in the deaf community... it once was an island with a significant population of deaf folks... the whole island either had a deaf person in their family or was married to one. As transportation increased, the deaf folks moved to the mainland (mostly to ASD), and the tourists came out. The social/political significance is probably greater... it was an island where deaf or hearing, everybody knew sign language. There was unlimited access and no stigma attached to deafness as a handicap.
We didn't see any deaf folk, and we didn't see Carly Simon. However, we loved every minute out here, and we did see the Celtics owner coming off the ferry, carrying the recent NBA trophy. The guy was showing all the workers, doing photo opps. Oh, I forgot to show you. This is the capital in Boston... with a celtics banner hanging from it! The city has a lot of pride!!
Now we're headed to New York for the weekend, then back to school. Cheryl is logging off as your main blogger, kaler kids and daddy logging on. Thanks for coming with us!! Probably one of the best weeks of our lives, thank you Lord. Nite nite!!(Be quiet Gladys!!)