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Molly and I would just like to take the opportunity to thank you all for the love and support our family has received the past couple of weeks during Troy’s medical situation. We are happy to say that he is back home, improving rapidly and expected to make a full recovery. We cannot overstate our gratitude to the amazing doctors and nurses at Boston Children’s Hospital. Their swift actions, superb decisions and excellent care literally saved his life. Again, thank you all for your prayers and encouragement – it meant the world to us. Our family is looking forward to getting on with our lives, which thankfully includes our boy who is still with us.

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#Red & #White

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#capecod sans humans (at East Sandwich Beach)

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Wait, is this still shark week? (at Scampo at The Liberty Hotel)

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Ahh #Maine (at Highland Lake)

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#Zakim #SlowShutter (at Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge)

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YEAH ambigram

by Rimantas Juškaitis
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Signs for the Homeless 

an art project started by artists Kenji Nakayama and Christopher Hope in an effort to raise awareness about poverty and homelessness around the Boston area. The basic concept behind the ongoing project is that the two artists approach homeless people on the streets who are holding signs and propose an exchange. As their tag line states: “A sign in exchange for donations and a hand painted sign.” Essentially, Nakayama and Hope offer $10 and create hand painted signs for each person they come across.

(via typethatilike)

Source: mymodernmet.com