Monthly recap: November 2015

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The base of Trajan’s Column, plaster casts of which are stored in two sections.

November was a happening month: It ended with Tara turning ONE, and began with a week-long trip to London. The plane ride was a long-ish one (and clearly the last time we’re going to travel without an extra seat for her), but less painful than I had imagined it to be.

The trip scrambled all good habits though, and one month later, I’m back to being fat and lazy 😦 So it goes …

Tara was quite accommodating in terms of letting us visit restaurants, which is great because food in London is great. We didn’t do a lot of super-planned sightseeing, more of walking around. Case in point: after a walk through Hyde Park, we ended up at the Victoria and Albert Museum, which I found quite boring, until I stumbled across a couple of rooms where a bunch of stuff was just thrown together, warehouse style, each incredibly amazing, reminding me of the last scene of “Raiders of the Lost Ark”.

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