Archive for December, 2006

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Happy New Year!

We achieved our end-of-year resolution of having the website completely up-to-date before the new year.  Enjoy the latest additions — the gingerbread house party, Christmas in DC, NJ and NY, and Kristen’s parents’ visit to DC in early December. We’d like to thank everyone for their thoughtful and wonderful gifts.  We love everything you got [...]

McKee Nelson IT Holiday Party

Pictures from the holiday party are now available here.  Enjoy!

Website Updated

It’s been a busy few weeks since Thanksgiving.  Seda arrived the Saturday after Thanksgiving and we haven’t had a quiet moment since then!  We went to a Capitals game (see below), a great jazz show at HR-57 (see below), a play at the Studio Theatre, and events at several people’s houses.  It’s been a great [...]

Eric Lewis at HR-57

On Brent and Jenner’s suggestion, Frank and I went to see a fabulous jazz pianist at HR-57 — a jazz club that’s just down the street.  We’ve been meaning to go there since Bonnie and Tom told us about it years ago (they used to be regulars there), and this show finally inspired us to [...]

Eloisa Lucille Somodevilla

Gina and Chip had their baby at 4 AM today!  Gina is a superstar — she started feeling funny around 9 PM, her water broke after 1 AM, they got to the hospital at 2 AM and the baby was in her arms at 4 AM!  The baby has red hair and blue eyes and [...]

Book Review of Fergal Keane’s Season of Blood: A Rwandan Journey

This book review was written for my African International Politics course at GW last semester. I just came across it when clearing out some old files and thought I would post it for anyone interested in Rwanda. Fergal Keane’s Season of Blood: A Rwandan Journey is both a well written travel narrative of Keane’s time [...]

Capitals Game

  Yesterday Kristen, Seda, Sam and I went to the Caps game as part of Sam’s “never-ending birthday celebration,” which is still going on a month after his actual birthday.  We had seats in the 5th row, right behind the goal.  They were, as Ferris Bueller would say “choice.”  The Caps played very well against [...]