Mom and I split from the Dan and the Kids at Ruggles station. There were 3 fiber-y/fashion exhibits we wanted to see: Beauty as duty, Figure/Fabric/Fantasy, and Embroideries of Colonial Boston. Maybe my sketches for magazine submissions will go better if I draw on a large scale first, like the ones on display. Mom could see her mother wearing the clothing in the WWII exhibit: I wonder if any of the darning booklets are scanned on the web? I’d like to know how to do that, mostly because I’m curious.
I felt slightly guilty at leaving Dan with the kids, but I knew that he and B were capable.
Dan told me he mostly let B wander at will, and would find exhibits both M and K could play with and stay put.
We all got tired at the same point, and met up on the same train. A good thing because I didn’t have to buy a new ticket, I could come home on the family pass.
Mom and I knew it was time to come home, our discussions were getting loud enough for the art lovers to glare at us.