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I love teaching and truly believe that deep down inside everyone is an artist, capable of creating something. There is power and knowledge in the act of creating something with your own hands, made from your own heart and head.

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Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Bringing Home the Goods: Cambridge

Had a great time in Cambridge yesterday. We went to the Harvard Square Bookstore, The Coop, Black Ink, Bob Slate, Nomad and Joie de Vivre. I only got into trouble at the Harvard Square Bookstore and even then it doesn't count because I had a very generous birthday gift certificate that has been burning a hole in my pocket since the summer. I am eager to dive into what I bought. I was happy that they had so many of the titles that were on my wishlist. 

Cambridge has always been one of my favorite places to explore. As a teen, I'd would take The "T" there from Quincy. I loved the used record and bookstores. I worked there one summer at a bank and I'd spend my breaks wandering around the streets and checking out the sites. I still love exploring there and I'm already counting the days again until I can go back.


Lori Wostl said...

I went to Black Ink when I was there - love love love...the entire area is good.

Joan Whitmore said...

That sounds like fun!

Roseann Cazares said...

Hi Kel! Greetings from Southern California. Be still my beating heart - Camus is 1 of my 2 favorite all-time authors. Enjoy the rest of your trip. Hope to see you soon.

Susan Stokinger said...

Spent most of my weekends there when I was in college :)