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Books, Art, Theatre, and Washington, DC!

I've been quite busy since the last time I posted anything! I have been teaching an OLLI class with my boss (we are teaching an intro to genealogy course), working a lot, reading, and traveling!

Since I last posted, I have read a couple of romances by Jill Shalvis (both excellent) and am still making progress with City on Fire. I've just been so busy that I haven't had time to read as much of that one as I would like. Also, I just went on a trip to Washington, DC, and for my plane reading, I decided on Dan Brown's Inferno. It was the perfect book for traveling. Chapters are short but exciting, and details are fairly easy to remember in spite of constant interruptions in airports or on planes.

While in DC, I went to meetings and to several theatre productions, including Sense and Sensibility at the Folger and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time at the Kennedy Center. I also got to spend time at art museums, including the National Gallery, which was amazing…