2003 London & Greece 2004 Greece Olympics 2006 Greece: Laura's Page 2006 Greece: Charlotte's Page 2006 Turkey 2011 Africa
2012 Middle East 2014 Greece 2017 Pilgrimage 2019 Lucca, Italy

'ippy Clog & Sandal Co. Pebble Beach Villas Family Photos Pebble Beach Villas Official Website Friends Pictures & Poems Bette Home

Family from 2001 to 2012 Family from 2012 to Present (2020)

Lily's Graduation from Marblehead High School
May 28, 2020


"Proud sister Piper! Proud brother Charles!"
"Congratulations Lily! You did it!!!
With so many honors bestowed on you, you've made our family proud!
Keep smiling your beautiful smile!"
--Auntie Lori

Vero Beach, March 2020




Lucca Italy, March 2019

Our Home for a Month


June 2019

Molly's Back!

Molly & Luna (only interested in the bunny in the yard)

Molly & Lindsey



Summer Fun!

Charlie's Tomatoes

Charlie's Herbs

Our Gloucester Friend

August 2019

Charlie's Central Street Garden

Joan's Bouquet

& Lori's Candle

September 2019

We welcome Leah!

Dinner at Deahn's
with Alexander, Michael, Dale, Lindsay, & Charlotte Leblang

"The clogs arrived and they are perfect! I love them." --Krista
We all love Krista! She was Molly's Teach for America roommate
in San Antonio, Texas.

Big Fish, all the way from China.

Alexander brought Big Fish home for Pappou!

Big Fish for dinner at Majestic Dragon!

Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Wednesday, 8 o'clock, CBS, Channel 4

Molly on Survivor Island
Survivor Photo #2

Watching Molly on Survivor

Luna Watching Molly

Dad and Lindsey

Deahn, Luna, Pappou, Yiayia

Thanksgiving 2019


Charlotte & Big Bear

Deahn & Alexander

Piper, Charles & Lily

Judah, Alexander & Charlotte

A very relaxed group!


Charles & Lily
  A Very Happy, and Relaxing, Thanksgiving!
Pappou's dinner was awesome!

Advent 2019

Our Lady of Hope


The Miracle of Christmas

Our Lady of Hope


A very sad year for our family.

Russell David Leblang
9.15.1961 - 9.25.2018
Our son-in-law Russell David Leblang, 56, of Swampscott, Massachusetts, passed away peacefully at his home on August 25, 2018, after a year-long battle with hepatic angiosarcoma. Born and raised in Beachwood, Ohio to Rita and William Leblang, he came east in 1979 to Brown University, where he met his wife Deahn Berrini.

He went on to receive degrees from the Kennedy School and Harvard Law School, where he graded onto the Harvard Law Review. Later, with his partners, he founded Landay, Leblang & Stern, a boutique law firm where he built a successful practice in international trade finance, traveling widely, including twice a year to South America.

The qualities that made Russell an excellent attorney also made him a valued friend and counselor. The ultimate problem solver, his keen intellect, his honesty, and his ability to listen and get to the core of any issue benefited the many who had to the privilege to sit and share a chat with him.

An avid marathoner, with wit, humor, love of life, drive, and generosity, he packed many lifetimes into a too short a life.

He will be sorely missed by Deahn; his two children, the great joys of his life, Alexander Leblang and Charlotte Leblang; his mother, Rita Leblang; his brothers, Dale Leblang and Judah Leblang; his in-laws, Bette and Charlie Tsoutsouras, Lori and Jim Byman, and Mia and John Morgan; and he is the beloved uncle of 9 nieces and nephews.

A funeral service for Russell will be held on Monday, August 27, 2018 at 1:00 PM at Temple Emanu-El, 393 Atlantic Avenue, Marblehead, MA 01945 with interment to follow at Temple Emanu-El of Marblehead Memorial Park, Buxton Lane, Danvers. Shiva will be observed on Monday following interment until 8 PM at the Leblang family home. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to C.I.T.C, The Village Project, Russell’s brainchild, an educational foundation that sends underprivileged children to quality schools. Checks should be mailed to 35 Lake Shore Road, Salem, NH 03079. For more information or to register in the online guestbook, please visit www.stanetskyhymansonsalem.com.

Demetra Karahalios Tsoutsouras
12.14.1922 - 10.13.2018

Demi at Elayne's Wedding. Saturday, June 16, 2018
Charlie's sister Demi, wife of the late James Karahalios, died in her home on Saturday, October 13, 2018. She was born in Ipswich on December 14, 1922, one of five children of the late John and Potula (Eliopoulos) Tsoutsouras and raised in Ipswich where she attended public schools.

As a young woman Demetra worked at the former Martin & Tickles Shoe Co. in both Ipswich and Newburyport. And for twelve years, including the years of WWII, she worked at Sylvania in Ipswich. Married in 1961 she and her husband made their home for the next forty years in Elllington, CT.

Following the death of her husband James, she returned to make Ipswich her home again. Demetra was a longtime member of the Ipswich Greek Orthodox Church and of the Melissa Society. She enjoyed her many hours of painting in oils, caning furniture, cooking, and home gardening.

Demi is survived by her brother Costas Tsoutsouras and his wife Bette of Ipswich; her sister Christine Galanis, wife of the late Louis Galanis of Ipswich; her sister-in-law Lorayne, wife of her late brother George Tsoutsouras of Ipswich, and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her brother Theodore Tsoutsouris and his wife Doris formerly of Beverly.

Visiting hours will be held Tuesday 8:30 am from the Whittier-Porter Funeral home, 6 High Street, Ipswich followed by a funeral service at 10 am in the Greek Orthodox Church, 8 Lafayette Road, Ipswich. Family and friends are cordially invited. Interment will be in the New Highland Cemetery, Ipswich. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions in her name may be made to the Greek Orthodox Church, P.O. Box 6 Ipswich, MA 01938 or a charity of ones choice.

John Murray Flynn
2.19.1939 - 11.25.2018
My brother Jack passed away at his home in Raymond, New Hanpshire on November 25, 2018. Born and raised in Stoneham, Massachusetts, he graduated from Stoneham High School in 1957. As a freshman at Salem State College, inspired by Jack Kerouac's On The Road, Jackie shocked everyone, especially his family, by dropping out of school and hitch-hiking cross country to San Francisco, subsequently earning a B.A. in English Literature from San Francisco State University.

He returned after a few years to live in Marblehead, where his passion for acting became a reality. During those years, he starred in 29 theatrical productions with such companies as The Marblehead Little Theatre, The Mugford Street Players, The Swampscott Theatre Company, The Salem Theater Ensemble, The Village Players in Topsfield, and the North Shore Music Theatre. Some of his most memorable performances were as Joe in "The Shadow Box," Whiteside in "The Man Who Came to Dinner," and Virgil in "Bus Stop."

Jack later moved to Raymond, New Hampshire, gradually taking smaller parts in local theatre companies and beginning his writing career. He has published three books, two novels based on his childhood and We Came to Fight a War, a beautiful story of his brother Bill, a B-17 Pilot, as told to him by Bills Radio Gunner Alvin Kotler.

Jack was an avid baseball player in his youth, a dedicated softball player in retirement, at ten years old a devoted buddy to his cousin Barbara confined to a wheelchair after polio, and years later a caring husband to Jeanne and so proud of her talent as an artist. Jack was also a young rebel without a cause; an older hippie with a cause; always a raging liberal; sometimes tough on his family and friends, but always soft and loving with his dog Gabby; not religious, but devoted to St. Anthony, whom he claimed "never, ever disappointed me."

And, finally, Jack was a grouchy old man whom we loved. Jack leaves his son Sean Flynn, his grandson Nicholas, his sister Bette Tsoutsouras; 10 nephews and nieces: Nancy Jacobson, Bill Flynn, Don Flynn, Arthur Flynn, John Flynn, Mary Teresa Doyle, Deahn Leblang, Lori Byman, Mia Morgan; his best friend and devoted nephew Mike Flynn; and first cousins Peggy Ann Murphy and Father Paul Duffy.

A funeral Mass for Jack was held on Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at 10 am at St. Patricks Church, with his cousin Father Paul Duffy as the celebrant. Donations can be made to the Ed Walsh Foundation, a charitable non-profit organization dedicated to helping families in the greater Boston area (edwalsh foundation.org). Ed Walsh, who was married to Jack's cousin Joan, was a Boston firefighter who lost his life in a 2014 nine-alarm fire.

March 2018

Great Neck once more an island!
Charlie's friend Mary,
a lifelong member of the
Assumption of the Virgin Mary
Greek Orthodox Church,
celebrates her 100th birthday
at Sunday Mass and coffee-hour
in her honor.

April 2018


St. Francis quilt


June 2018

Lindsey's Graduation from Middle School

July 2018

A tiny memorable Airbnb guest

August 2018

Molly goes to law school.

Duke University Chapel


Moving Molly

Moving Molly

Moving Molly!

Moving Molly!

Moving Molly!

Moving Molly!

September 2018

University of South Carolina Medical School
Charlotte's White Coat Ceremony


November 2018

Dinner at Alexander's new apartment within walking distance to The Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy at Tufts University.

Bette & Charlie to Vero Beach!


Charlie going fishing on the Sebastian Inlet pier

Our friends Helen & Gus Greek dancing at the Hope Sound Greek Festival
Dinner at Marsh Landing with our friend Shirley
Back to Work

December 2018

Our Lady of Hope Church

Christmas Eve at Mia & John's

Christmas Pajamas 2018
Annual Christmas Eve Carols Sing-a-Long

Christmas Day at Lori and Jim's.



at Mia and John's

Deahn's New Book!

Book Talk
Swampscott Public Library
November 9, 2017

Alexander & Dean, Somerset Hall Press Publisher

Charlotte's Birthday
August 20, 2017
MGH Patio

Pilgrimage 2017



Christmas 2016 in Vero Beach

Holy Cross Church
Vero Beach, Florida
December 17, 2016

St. Nickolas Greek Orthodox Church
Fort Pierce, Florida
December 18, 2016
2016 2016
Vero Beach
Birthday Dinner
December 18, 2016

Cheverus Medal Award
December 4, 2016

Jack & Father Tom
Congratulations to Our Lady of Hope's John (Jack) Miniter,
who, along with 113 other recipients in our Archdiocese,
was awarded the Chevrus Medal by Cardinal Sean O'Malley
at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston.

This medal is awarded to laypersons, deacons, and religious
who serve the parish over an extended period of time
in a quiet, unassuming and even unrecognized manner.

November 24, 2016


Marblehead High School Concert
Charles & the Grizzlies
November 22, 2016


The Lion King Jr. Starring Piper as Timone
The YMCA of the North Shore Theatre Company
November 5, 2016


Laura's Graduation
June 3, 2016


Yunus's Piano Recital
New England Conservatory May 26, 2016

Song Without Words in E Major, Op. 19 No. 1., Felix Mendelssohn
Sonata in F Major, Op.2 No. 1., Ludwig van Beethoven

Our little family from Ankara, Turkey

Charlotte's Graduation from Kenyon College
May 21, 2016

Friday, May 20, 2016

Senior Sing 2016!

Kokosing Farewell
Old Kenyon, we are like Kokosing,
obedient to some strange spell,
which urges us from all reposing,
Farewell, Old Kenyon, fare thee well.

Philander Chase
The first of Kenyon's goodly race
was that great man Philander Chase.
He climbed the hill and said a prayer
and founded Kenyon College there.
Friday, May 21, 2016

View while waiting
Our Graduate!

Science Department Reception

Graduation Dinner

On the Way to Charlotte's Graduation
Thursday, May 19, 2016

Our Lady of Guadalupe, Windsor, Ohio

In September 1958, driving cross-country to our first home in Amarillo, Texas, Peter and I stopped at a statue of the Blessed Mother in a white gazebo in the middle of a village green in some Ohio town. We have a picture of me standing in front of it. It was the only thing I remembered from Ohio. So 58 years later, landing in Cleveland too early to meet Charlotte at Kenyon, I remembered the statue and asked the woman at the car rental desk if she knew of a large statue of the Blessed Mother in the middle of some small town in Ohio. She found one online, and though it was a few hours out of our way Charlie was willing, so we followed her directions, miles and miles through beautiful farming country, rolling hills spotted with red barns, until, in the middle of nowhere, we stopped at a small parking area, almost ready to turn around, figuring we were lost. Instead, we parked the car and followed a cement walkway that led to a pond with a fence of big white balls, which I soon realized was a rosary, to the 50 foot statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Although it was not the same statue and about 40 feet highter than the one I remembered, it was the same Lady, and I felt the same happiness as as I had felt 58 years before, meeting her again, unexpectedly, in Ohio.
The tallest statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe in the world stands fifty-feet high and is located on the grounds of The Servants of Mary Center for Peace Catholic Shrine in Windsor, Ohio.   
The 15 Decade Rosary Around the Pond

September 1958. Somewhere in Ohio on the way to Amarillo, Texas.

Marblehead Veterans Middle School Select Chorus (including Lily) Performing in Symphony Hall, Boston.
April 16, 2016
Maassachusette Instrumental & Choral Conductors Association (MICCA)

Gold Medal Showcase


Very Early Arrivers
Symphony Hall

Very Early Arrivers
Symphony Hall


Lindsey's Award
April, 2016
Invest-Write Competition
Sponsored by the Securities Industry & Financial Markets Association Foundation (SIFMA)

Lindsey was among 20,000 students nationwide who this year participated in the contest, which involves math, social studies, English, and research. She placed first in the elementary school division for Massachusetts, earning the "Invest-Write Genius" title.
Lindsey Honored at Proctor Elementary School Assembly
Lindsey and her teacher, Jan Morris and with a representative from SIFMA, Elizabeth Reidel




Christmas 2015

Our Lady of Hope Church
Ipswich, Massachusetts
December 25, 2015

Pajamas Wrapped!

Christmas Eve at the Morgans!


Lily, Lindsey & Piper

Mia, Alexander & Russell

Deahn & Mia

Lori & Mia in their new Christmas pajamas!
Christmas Pajamas
Christmas Carol Sing-a-long



Molly, Laura, Lindsey, Charles & Lily



Deahn & Mia

Lori & Pappou

Charlotte & Dad
Piper & Dad

Deahn & Carol Morgan

Katie Morgan & Friend

Kelley Berrini & John Mahoney

Lucas & Kelley Berrini

Gavin Berrini & Nancy Morgan Mahoney

Laura & Charles

Happy 93rd Birthday, Demi!
December 14, 2015

Made by Cousin Ted

November 26, 2015


Blessing of the Animals at Our Lady of Hope Church
October 4, 2015

Lori and Luna
A sweet, calm Luna after the Blessing by Father Tom

Letters from Charlotte
Summer in Graz, Austria

One of the joys of this summer was receiving regular long, wonderful email letters and photos from Charlotte!.

. . . ."
"I've made it to Graz. We came in on Saturday and got picked up at the airport in Vienna and then took the train to Graz that was about 2.5 hours. We then went out and about in Graz after dropping our stuff off . . . ."
"I'm working in a man's lab who is doing his PHD and all the other people in his lab come about twice a week and they are doing their masters. They've all been very nice. I work 9-5 and seem to have the best job. . . ."
"My second weekend here I went rafting in the Alps (with two other people in my group) with the international students' organization in Graz. The drive was about 2 hours and it was a half day, 11 km trip. The water was so cold that we had to wear these ridiculous looking wet suits (mine was pink and purple, it was quite the sight), and we wore helmets and booties, too. We had the option to go in a bigger boat with a guide, or a smaller boat with two other people and no guide--obviously I went in the small boat so it would be more fun. . . . ."
" On Saturday we went on a moped tour of the city and it was so fun. We first learned how to drive the mopeds (fairly simple but kind of scary when you go around 30mph) and then we had about a 4 hour tour and saw everything in Budapest. We saw the statue of freedom, the buda castle (my favorite), heroes' square, the parliament building, and a few other smaller things. It was such a great way to see the city. . . ."
"Last weekend I went to Vienna on Saturday (just a 2.25 hour bus ride) and had a nice time. We saw the Schoenbrunn Palace, which once was the summer home of the Hapsburgs. They had gardens that seemed to go on forever and then the main "backyard" was a ton of really bright flowers and a fountain at the end. We also saw St.Stephen's cathedral (I lit a candle for everyone!), Belvedere Palace, walked by the opera house and the Mozart museum, and went to the Naschmarkt, which was my favorite place. Pappou you would love this market: It is a mile long and sells a ton of food - mostly Greek/Turkish food, but also bakeries (for apple strudel, yummm) and stands of vegetables, fruits. . . ."
"This past weekend I went to Zurich and it was amazing! I would 100% move there tomorrow if I could. The streets are peaceful and calm - no one seems like they're in a rush, but they're also not wandering aimlessly and getting in the way. It is more of a wandering-around city than a city where you want to go from tourist attraction to tourist attraction, and maybe thats why I liked it so much.. . . . I met up with Bianca. Bianca is my dad's Brazilian friend's daughter that I met once when I was 11. It was great to meet up with her though. She was very easy going/sooo nice and we just kind of wandered to the lake and sat in the shade for a little and then took a boat ride. . . ."
"The first weekend I met the family on Friday morning at our hotel in Vienna. We went to Schonbrunn Palace and this time we went inside and got to see the rooms the Habsbergs lived in and the portraits on the walls. We also visited St.Stephen's cathedral but this time we walked up a few hundred steps to the top of one of the towers and got a great view of the city. The next day we went to the naschtmarkt to grab a quick bite and then we wandered to the Belvedere Palace and went inside to see some artwork, most notably Klimt. I wasn't a fan but Mum and Alexander seemed to enjoy it. Sunday we went to the Jewish museum and found out that Austria hated Jews way more than we thought. We also went to the amusement park with the oldest ferris wheel in Europe and giant swings, that I refused to go on but Daddy and Alexander did. We then all took the train back to Graz and I worked during the week and the rest of the fam went to Ljubljana in Slovenia. I have been moved from the TU Graz lab to the RCPE (research center pharmaceutical engineering) industry lab. I've been learning to do stuff with crystals of aspirin and ibuprofen and I made a friend in the lab that I eat lunch with. "
"This past weekend we all went to Salzburg. On Saturday and Sunday we met and wandered around with some distant relatives on the Leblang side, Edith and her husband Roland. They were great and on Saturday we went to the castle overlooking the city and then a brewery for dinner and a concert afterwards. On Sunday we had a great day; we traveled a little ways to get to the largest ice caves in Europe! There were quite a few steps (pun! because we walked up a billion steps) to get to the caves including a train, bus, gondola, and a few hikes. But it was so worth the travel because I've never seen anything like that before. It was basically a glacier inside a cave with some giant hills/pointy things made from the water leaking through the cave (it looks like an intestine.) Pictures were forbidden but I grabbed a few. That night we went to get beer that monks started making in the 1500s or something (I don't really remember but it was old) and then some traditional Austrian food that I think the whole fam was sick of. Alexander and the world's largest bread dumpling. If you go out to eat here you just get meat and after a week of eating out I thought I was going to lose someone due to a lack of vegetables in their diet. . . ."
"On Monday we had quite the day. We took a Sound of Music bike tour around Salzburg for 3.5 hours. They took us to all the places that were filmed in the movie and at one point we had to sing (I think this was Daddy and Alexander's favorite part). It was a great time and it gave us another nice tour of the city. We then went to see a Marionette version of the Magic Flute. It was about as good as it sounds but the Marionettes were definitely better than I thought - I imagined them to be creepy and wooden but they were actually very people-like and the puppeteers were extremely talented. I wouldn't go again but I guess I am glad I went. Then the fam left for Vienna to fly home and I came back to Graz.. . . ."
The hills are alive with the sound of music.

View of Salzburg from the castle

House that served as backdrop for the Von Trapp's house
"This weekend I am taking Monday off again and going to Rome with my friend from Kenyon who has been in Madrid doing biology research all summer. And then it's my last week of work and then I'm off on my adventure around Europe! I'll try to update while on my trip to Paris, London, Berlin, and Prague but we will see what happens. . . . "

Bette & Charlie
Married at St. Patrick's Catholic Church
Stoneham, Massachusetts
August 6, 2015

Married at the Assumption of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church
Ipswich, Massachusetts
June 20, 1982

Reception at the Tuscan Grill with Deacon Frank and his wife Kathy, Joan and Tom, Ron and Sheila, Peggy Ann, and Esther

We love our Airbnb Guests!

Our new friends from Ankara, Turkey
Aslan, Elif, Junus, and Bülent


Displaying with Esther (from Kenya) my Tanzanian Khanga honoring Prsident Obama's election as President of the United States.
A Khanga, Tanzanian fabric with Swahili sayings, is a women's way of making statements through their clothes.

Laura's Junior Prom
May 18, 2015


Dr. Mia Lynn Morgan

Doctorate of Education

April 2015

Boston Marathon
April 20, 2015

A cold, rainy, windy day!

View from inside a nice, warm place
as guests of Jim's friends, Joe & Ttracey Mahoney

Mile 16 and Auntie Deahn & Uncle Russell

Mile 24 and Mum, Lindsey, Yiayia & Pappou
Mile 24 and Molly's Boston College friends.
The day after. The Marathon 2015 Jacket and Luna
Dear friends and family,

Thank you all for the moral and financial support that you gave me for my first marathon! From Boston, Texas, New York, New Jersey, Florida, and more, you all motivated me throughout my training and throughout the race so I wanted to send another thank you, a race and fundraising update, and some pictures, of course.

I completed the Boston Marathon in 4:44, running about a 10:54 mile pace throughout the race. As I fought the headwinds up Heartbreak Hill in my dad's 1980 BC cross country jacket, I thought to myself that this is hands down the most hardcore thing I have ever done, I trained in Texas, what was I thinking! But I also knew that there was no way I could stop running with so many people invested in this race. Seeing Auntie Deahn and Uncle Russ (my long-distance coaches) at Mile 16 with dry clothes, running by BC as a marathoner rather than an exuberant fan, seeing my dad, James, cousin Jack, and Laura (who ran the last 5 with me) at Mile 21, high-fiving my mom, Lindsey, Yia-yia, Pappou and the Mahoneys at Mile 24, and seeing Annelise, Lauren, and Morgan sporting neon Molly shirts with my 6th grade 'fro plastered on them made the last half of the marathon a joyful, rather than painful, experience! The influx of phone calls and text messages before and after the race attested to how many loving, kind people I am lucky enough to have in my life. (#blessed)

Also, thanks to all of you, I surpassed my fundraising goal of $2,500! Christmas in the City is an inspiring local non-profit run completely by volunteers and your money will support the homeless and underprivileged children of Boston and the greater Boston area. There are only 244 days until Christmas but, in donating, you embody the holiday spirit of giving all year round! On behalf of Christmas in the City, thank you. Also, if you're around Boston, there are many other ways to get involved with CITC so check out their website and reach out if you're interested! http://christmasinthecity.org/

Finally, **about to step off my Boston Marathon soapbox** Marathon Monday 2015 is an experience I will never forget and, again, thank you so much for being a part of this journey with me. I am attaching a few pictures if you didn't catch me throughout the race.

Hope you are well!



Molly. A great day!

February 2015


View from Inside

Christmas 2014

Christmas Day at Lori & Jim's

2014 Christmas Pajamas; pink & grey
Christmas Word Games

Christmas Eve at Mia & John's


Alexander & James

Deahn & Carol

Katie & Friend

John's Christmas Socks

John & Dan

Bette's Birthday Party at Deahn's

Yiayia's birthday video, a gift from her grandson Charles

Bette's Birthday Party at Deahn's

Yiayia's birthday video, a gift from her grandson Charles

Everybody's Home!

November 27, 2014

Charlie was in the kitchen all day, chopping, peeling, mixing, boiling, roasting, warming, till it all got on the table, and he could relax.
While the little ones, Lily, Lindesy, & Piper, played somewhere in the house, the big ones entertained each other.

Molly & Alexander

Charles & Mum

2014 Trip to Greece

July 27, 2014 to August 20, 2014

Click on photo to see more.

Alexander's Commencement
Brown University

Sunday, May 25, 2014


Alexander & his Roomate

James's Commencement
Providence College

Sunday, May 18, 2014


Easter 2014
Everybody's Home!

April 20st

Pappou, our Chef!

Molly, Uncle John, Auntie Mia, & Charles

Laura, Mum, & Dad

Piper, Lily, Lindsey, & Auntie Deahn

Molly & Uncle John

Laura, Molly, Lori, Mia, & James

Russell, Deahn, Alexander & Charlotte

Russell, Deahn, Alexander, Charlotte, Laura, Molly, Mia, Lori, & James

Greek Gods and Goddesses Day

February 21st

Piper is Artemis

San Antonio

February 15 to February 23

Our big red rental roadster.

San Antonio cares about Bikers

A stop on the biking trail along the river.

The River Walk

Home, sweet home in Texas.

At the airport. Jim & James back to work and school

Lindsey, Laura, Molly, Lori, and Christa, Molly's wonderful housemate.
An afternoon Texas treat. Boiled peanuts and beer.
Ray & Molly's Surprise. An afternoon at the bottom of the earth.

On Ray's fence
Fun while waiting for dinners.



Christmas Home


Christmas 2013

Cchristmas Eve at Mia's

Mia & Uncle Dan

Charles & Lily

Christmas Day at Lori's

Let it Snow!

Fall 2013

Dinner Guests from China

Mia's Colleagues from the Trajectory Inc. Beijing Office


Charlie cooked a traditional Thanksgiving turkey dinner for Jane and Vivian, who had never eaten or seen a turkey.
Vivian, Jane, Piper, Charles & Lily
A memorable eveing for all of us!

Celebrating Fall Family Birthdays

James & Russell, September 15
Jim, September 24
Molly, October 5
Lindsey, October 10
John, October 11
Lori, October 12

Pappou Deep-Frying & Everybody Eating: calamari, chicken, vegetables
Happy Birthday to You & Happy Birthday to Molly in San Antonio!

Memories of Summer 2013

POPS on the Heights

21st Annual Concert
The Barbara and Jim Cleary Scholarship Gala
September 27, 2013

A Perfect Evening: Boston College, the Boston POPS, My Cousins Barbara and Claire, . . .

. . .and Charlie!.

Walking on the Rose Kennedy Greenway, Boston

Seventy-five pianos are scattered about Boston and 36 other cities as part of “Play Me, I’m Yours,” a five-year international public art project.
I played “I’ll Get By as Long as I Have You” on each of the 4 pianos we found on the Greenway.

House Guests from Vero Beach
Angela & Sonny

Angela, Sonny & Gloucester Harbour

Rockport, Massachusetts

Angela, Sonny, Linda, Bob, Charlie, Bette
Dinner at Ipswich Bay Yacht Club

Annual Poker Dinner
Oldtown Country Club, Newbury, Massachusetts
August 20, 2013

Mike, Chris, Oliver, Bill, Don, Charlie, Sanford

Laura: Volleyball!

Volleyball Camp at Endicott College
Teammates, Junior Varsity Volleyball Team, Masconnomet High School

School's Out!

Lindsey and Friend Ali: Lemonade for Sale!
Lindsey Reading Harry Potter, Book 7
Lindsey and Friend Erica at Barnes & Nobles' Harry Potter Night

Charles, Lily, Piper & Auntie Deahn on the Trampoline!

Charles, Lily, Piper & Auntie Deahn

Summer Family Birthday Party

Charlotte, August 20th
Charlie, July 21st

Mia, John, Charlie, Charlotte

Charlie, Lori & Laura

Alexander, Mia & John

Charles, Piper, Lily & Lindsey

Lori, Laura, James

Charlotte, Deahn, Russell

Demi's 90thBirthday Celebration

August 11, 2013, 2013


Charlie, Demi, Christine

Demi with Friend Louise (96)

Demi with Cousin Florence (90)

Demi & Cousin Mary

Mia & Ellen

Ethyl & Al

Peter, Elayne, Mom

Kristen, Emily & Friend, Ted

John & Lori

Elayne & Yiayia

Jim & Friend

Chris, Vicki, Mary Ann

Piper, Lily & Lindsey

John, Jim & Russell

Jay & Mary Ann



Jim & Chris

Peter & Elayne

Lorayne, Vicke, Katerina & George

Demi & Cousin Jim

Lisa & Ethyl

Deahn, Christine, Eleni & Maria

Jay, Katerina & Ellen

Yiayia & Pappou

The Jungle Book Kids
Starring PIPER as Baloo

July 26, 2013, 2013

"My favorite numbers are 2 and 57. I like sparkles and I believe in unicorns."
Piper's Bio, The Jungle Book Program



Cousin Charlotte

Auntie Deahn

Cousin Laura

Uncle Jim

Cousin Molly

Auntie Lori

Front: Lindsdy, Lily, Piper, Deahn, Charlotte
Back: Lori, Yiayia, Mia, Charles, Molly, Jim, Laura

Hellenic Center, Ipswich, MA
July 13, 2013


With Patrice and John Tierney, the BEST U.S. Congressman!

Brunch at Peggy's

Cousin/Father Paul, home from Taiwan, where, as a Maryknoll Missionary,
he helps those in desperate need.
June, 2013

Delicious brunch, sip of champagne, wonderful conversation! A memorable morning for all of us: Peggy, Sharon, Paul, Charlie & me!
Being with Paul again was a highlight of my life.
Peggy's Florida Home


Boston College Commencement
May 20, 2013

Boston College Class of 2013

Class of 2013!

Proud Mom!

Proud Parents!

Alexander, James, Molly & Lindsey

Laura, Alexander, Yiayia & James

Molly & Yiayia

Baccalaureate Mass in Conti Forum, Sunday, May 19, 2013

Pappou & the Celebratory Roasting of the Lamb. Not much left.

All Dressed Up!

March 23, 2013

Lily, Charles, and Piper


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