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March-April, 2011/Alabama, New England & Washington D.C.

April 30th, 2011 Posted in 2011, Alabama, New England, Washington D.C.

Spring has arrived, which means Spring Break for those with children.   It started out with a Big Kid’s Golf trip to Magnolia Grove, on the Robert Trent Jones Trail in Alabama.   One of Sareet’s good college friends, Don, recently had a successful kidney transplant, and Sareet went to Alabama for a weekend to play with Don and some old college buddies.  Modern medicine and Don’s persistence are truly amazing, as he was back to 36 holes a day in just a few months (not sure his doctor knows, but chances are he doesn’t go to   Don plans on making this an annual tradition

We also had a couple of visitors to our new abode during the holidays.  Ed Trn, a college friend of Sareet’s, and his son came on a college baseball trip.  Amy and Andy also came down from Knoxville to visit. We expect to see many of you to come down in the near future.

Shaun continues to work hard on his middle and long distance track times.  His rate of improvement has been very strong in a sport that he just discovered in high school. He is hoping to be able to continue to run in college.   Part of our Spring Break was taken up by touring colleges from Maine to Washington D.C.   We still have a couple of more trips to the Midwest and Southeast for him to be able to make the final decisions on where to apply and lock into the type of academic and hopefully athletic programs that suit him the best.   The trip started out in picturesque Maine, where we enjoyed great lobster like no other, and continued through New Hampsire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maryland.    We finished in Washington D.C, where the entire family met us for the last weekend, so that we could visit some old friends, tour the Smithsonian and wander about in the Capitol Mall area.   It had been quite a while since even Rajjina and Sareet had been in Washington D.C, and it was truly fun for all of the family.

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The Majumdars

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