This morning I am posting from a cafe in Boston. I flew up earlier this morning for the annual Exponent retreat. Usually I meet up with friends or one time went to the movies, but on this occasion I am hunkering down so I can do all the online advocacy that I haven't been able to do at work or at home. All I do is send angry tweets, nowadays.
Although I wasn't allowed to "officially" circulate in Dhaka (I know I could've thrown on a shalwar kameez and wandered about in peace), I did see friends and colleagues, including a classmate from high school.
Plus a really fancy bidet.
And a cricket team shirt for MoBob.
While I was flying through the skies, MB and Z attended community day at Arena Stage.
Back to our regular programming...we finally got to see Lego Batman at one of the local parks.
MB took Z to the mosque to celebrate Eid.
We went to see Hive at the National Building Museum on the last day. It was visually striking but not as engaging as previous exhibits.
As always, the National Book Festival was even more delightful because of Maisy Mouse.
This month's school project was on the theme of "All About Me" for which we decided to do some painting.