On Sunday we took the kids to the Boston Children's Museum, to play there with friends of ours who were visiting from Canada with their own twin daughters (and their baby son). Both of our kids said funny things later on that night.
On Monday I noted the 69th anniversary of the B-25 bomber crashing into the Empire State Building.
On Wednesday I linked to a Boston Globe column about a former professor of mine, Paul Horowitz, and his involvement in the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI). I also waxed enthusiastic about Sharknado 2 and Guardians of the Galaxy:
"Guardians of the Galaxy: You'll believe a raccoon can fly."
"Sharknado 2: I don't think a movie has made me this proud to have been born and raised in New York City since Ghostbusters."
And then today I posted a link to our new The Brookline Parent column, "Let It Go, Let It Be," but my guess is you already knew about that.
I guess it was sort of a quiet week on the home front, even if the news from the rest of the world was chaotic and sometimes bleak.