Brian came to visit me this weekend. We had all sorts of adventures, including one that I'll expound upon below! Another adventure, a 36-hour trip to New York City, was delayed roughly two hours because I was determined to give you all my weekly post. BUT ALAS! I wrote the post all up, edited the sound, spruced it all up, etc. and when I went to publish, my stupid blogging client deleted the draft/post. I was so irritated; poor Brian had to hear me complaining for at least 20 minutes. I'm well-adjusted, I swear.
But anyway. We went to the Mapparium on Saturday! The Mapparium is a three-story globe that you can walk through. It reflects the world as it was in 1935. I have wanted to check this out (along with the rest of the Christian Science plaza) since I moved to Boston in 2006. I finally had an excuse!
Today's Sunday Sound is a 2-minute segment from the tour audio featuring the words of various peace activists. Recording and photography were prohibited, but I like living on the edge! I embarked upon a covert ops mission to take the photo below and sneak some audio. Enjoy! And I'll see you here next week, no matter what trip I have to delay.
THE SUNDAY SOUND: April 8, The Mapparium!
For those following along in an RSS reader, click through to the original post to hear today's piece.