Monthly Archive for: ‘May, 2011’

Betsy’s 2011 Update

Betsy writes: Still sailing (and won the women’s national championship which was wonderful), raised an enjoyable 23 year old who is working for AmeriCorps in Philly and begins his PhD in Shakespeare at Northwestern in the fall (we need another Shakespeare scholar?), have taken charge of my Dad’s care (he has dementia and doesn’t understand why he can’t continue to …

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Jane Rosenbluth Baldwin’s 2011 Update


Jane has enjoyed sharing with her sons the excitement of the worlds Edie Pattou created in her books, thinking about the twisted beauty of the art Mary Hines makes, and joining the hordes of Steve Levitt’s fans at the Old Town School of Folk Music. She spent 15 years as an actively involved Parker parent, and has just resigned from the board of trustees. While …

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Remembering Robert

by Edie Pattou Emery My friendship with Robert began with a phone call in 9th grade. We were both in Latin class and one night he called to ask about homework. But he was a little nervous and when he said “This is Bobby” his voice cracked and to me it sounded like he said “This is Barley.” I said …

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