Monthly Archives: March 2014

Ruby’s quote of the day

I like getting the report from Kristine at night about the interesting things the kids do or say during the day. Today, as she was brushing her teeth, Ruby turned to Kristine, and – in a somewhat panicked tone – … Continue reading

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Rain on me

The Fry Family needs to invest in new umbrellas. When it rains in New York, it really rains. It was somebody’s bright idea to walk to the shoe store yesterday. We were pretty soaked and worn out before we got … Continue reading

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Henry’s birthday weekend continues

Henry had a full and momentous birthday on Saturday. He started the day by playing his last soccer game of the season, and scoring the FIRST goal of his life! After celebratory donuts, we opened presents, which plunged the Fry … Continue reading

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Henry is 7!

Happy birthday to Henry! This morning, according to Fry Lodge birthday tradition, Henry (and special guest) received breakfast in bed, followed by the opening of his first gift. Ruby decided to give Henry two squirt guns. She made it clear … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Bowl

Yesterday the Fry Family Quartet met up in Brooklyn with the McCullochs and Sells to see some great music, Soulive at Brooklyn Bowl. The kids had a blast, and it was nice to see some live music in the middle … Continue reading

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Frys & Hoseins in NYC

On Saturday we had some special visitors from Seattle, our friends the Hoseins. While Hanson and Heather took in a Broadway play written by their good friend, our kids got acquainted at Fry Lodge. And they got along famously. Ruby … Continue reading

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The Moon King

Today I traveled by bus to visit the castles built by Ludwig II, King of Bavaria. He was a strange dude. With no wife and no family, Ludwig lived alone. He slept during the day and rode horses at night … Continue reading

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