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Posted by Sarah G on March 2, 2011
I rarely ride on the last car of the T, but like any good prewalker I waited exactly where I needed to on the Central platform to get off exactly where I needed to at the Downtown Crossing platform in order to be nearest to the exit I wanted in order to minimize having to be outside for the walk to my destination…which lead to me sagging the seat at the very rear of the train, and having this view as we crossed the salt and pepper bridge.
Posted by Sarah G on February 20, 2011
Fifteen years ago we were catching trains into Boston and hanging out at The Garage in Harvard Square because it was the cool thing to do. Now I’m riding the opposite direction, from my job in the financial district to my best friend’s place, where her husband lets me in and we have dinner with her eighteen month old daughter before meeting up with another friend, who helped her husband put their four year old and eighteen month old to bed before meeting us for deliciously potent beverages and a movie.
Some times it’s funny to think how much things have changed. Most times it’s awesome to think about how some things have stayed the same, and how those awesome people are still in my life, and more awesome than ever.
Posted by Sarah G on February 12, 2011
We headed over to SoWa Open Market after lunch (pizza at Quincy’s one and only Alumni Cafe), which means we got off the T at the Broadway stop. Which is one of my favorites, because every time I’m there I notice another one of these tiles that I hadn’t noticed before, and because it has this amazing symmetry that makes for good pictures.
Posted by Sarah G on October 18, 2010
I took the commuter rail out to Wellesley to cheer on the 3 Day walkers. They had okay weather to start the day, but got poured on in the afternoon. :(
Posted by Sarah G on July 24, 2010