I find this type of exploration fascinating in so many ways – so much here – urban planning, pattern recognition, economics, etc. I especially love the story of a Nobel Laureate offering his email address and a graduate school recommendation as gratitude for “something cold and orange and alcoholic.”
One of the highlights of our London trip was getting to walk among the stones at Stonehenge. Here’s a photo of @Kim getting her zen on.
Mom’s 75th birthday today. It was Kimball’s and ice cream, the same way that I want to spend my 75th when it comes. (Photo by @Kim)
@QueenBee I see you!
next week will be my one year anniversary at fidelity. i feel very lucky to have landed there. it's been a wonderful move for me. one of the aspects of the fidelity culture is that a lot of people work from home. i've been taking advantage of this more frequently on fridays this summer and i absolutely love it.
Note rodeo clown. Kim's husband. Edmund's dad. Happy that you are here!
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