Dropped off my parents at Dulles on Friday am for their Peru adventure.
Meanwhile, at the same time, the other car was making its way to National where Jeremy caught a flight to Boston to give a talk at MIT. He’d been stressing about it for a long time, I’m glad it’s over. I think he’s glad it’s over.
He wanted to buy me a souvenir from the COOP. This fuzzy sweatshirt? (I already have a sweatshirt I barely wear).
He got me a notebook instead. My old one is almost, almost done now, so it’s good timing.
I spent the day transporting my angry birds catapult to Virginia to beta test it. The birthday party is next week and I didn’t want the actual birthday party to be the first time I had set it up outside my garage. I had to take it apart to make it fit in the van and I was worried that it wouldn’t work as well when I put it back together. It was a gorgeous day for beta testing. And I had some age-appropriate testers. I think I’m going to have to man the catapult and help the kids pull it back, it does take some oomph to get it going.
Our wall of boxes:
One thought on “Peru, MIT, catapult in action.”
That catapult is lit, as kids these days say.