5/18/2018: Blog closed tomorrow for royal wedding

I don’t know about the rest of the internet but this blog will be closed tomorrow for the royal wedding.

Meghan Markle is an American princess and that Harry, one lucky guy.

I wasn’t always into royal weddings until the last one when Pippa Middleton showed up with those kids at her sister Kate’s wedding. 😍😍😍 you guys.

I didn’t even know Kate had a sister. Whose kids are those? Hers? That’s what I love about royal weddings — all the surprises.

And all the family drama. Like on those English period dramas that Management watches on Netflix called like The Duchess or Barrington Estate or Princess That Rules the Kingdom But Somehow Can’t Find a Suitor. So fun you guys and always in italics.

Management told me Meghan Markle’s family is a total shit show and has flown to London but is not invited to the wedding.  I don’t know if they can even do that but they just did. Maybe they saw the movie wedding crashers?

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So royal wedding yes tomorrow, blogging no.

 

5/15/2018: Come meet our new neighbors at 40 Randlett this Saturday

You guys — Amy & Ingvar have finished their renovation at 40 and would like to meet everyone this Saturday. Please find a note from them below and take some time to check out their renovation. Bloody Marys? Think they’re gonna fit in real well around here.

Hi Friends and Neighbors,

We are having an open house on Saturday, May 19th from 9AM – 11AM. It will be very informal (we won’t even have furniture moved in yet) but we’re guessing that you’re curious to see the house project that’s gone on and on (and on and on). We’ll have breakfast snacks (munchkins or bagels), coffee and bloody marys. Feel free to forward onto any interested neighbors – we’d love to meet them. 

Hope to see you next Saturday.

Amy and Ingvar

40 Randlett

4/5/2018: Volunteers needed to help with Spring 2018 community tree plantings

Julia Malakie, President of the Newton Tree Conservancy, is looking for volunteers. Drew can’t plant every tree himself you guys.

Drew planting trees

Anyway, volunteers will be needed April 28th to help plant more than 100 trees around Newton. Maybe Sarah will participate this time.

Start time is 8:30am and is expected to take 2-3 hours. The 2 nearest planting locations to America’s Favorite Street are Rangeley Road and the Fordham/Lodge neighborhood. For more details please visit the Newton Tree Conservancy’s site:

http://newtontreeconservancy.org/blog/programs/community-tree-plantings/