The Tory Daze Carnival had food stalls, a face-painting stall, magician shows for kids, rides, games and live animals. There was also a balloon artist who dressed up as a clown and gave away free balloon toys to children.
In 1882, Harvard University gave the Arboretum to City of Boston and since that time leased it back for $1/year (the rent in some places in Boston is real cheap!). In case, you are wondering what will happen in the year 2882, after the lease ends, don’t worry. Harvard University has an option of renewing the lease. May be the City of Boston will hike the rent to $2 in the year 2882.
I felt both happy and sad when I looked at this sculptures. I was happy because looking at these sand sculptures was one of a kind experience. I was also sad because these artists created these sculptures so much effort and devotion, and they will soon get eroded with time.
Today was a day dedicated to art. My mom and I went to SoWa market and ArtBeat in Davis Square.
I will be leaving Boston in a few weeks. I thought that walking along the Freedom Trail would be one of the ideal ways to commemorate Boston.
Yes, having food on your table is a ‘miracle’. It happens at least three times a day and we are completely unaware of this wonder.
Dad is a source of strength and comfort. He is our backbone and gives us the courage to face the world and all the challenges in life. This father’s day think about your dad and remember his love, care, and the lessons taught.