Cool installation at Atlanta airport

I flew out of Buenos Aires on Good Friday heading home for a bit. I had a layover in ATL and enjoyed some of the art in the terminal, including this cool light and sound installation in the concourse – it was meant to evoke the feeling of being in a forest; it was very calming and they played sounds of hawks calling and other birds. They also had this groovy lunchbox collection!

The weather here is great – cool and sunny. Hard to imagine the tornadoes from last week. It’s wonderful to be back by the lake and wake up to the sound of birds and ducks. I had coffee with David and Alison when I arrived, then went back over for dinner later – so good to see them!

At work this week, I attended a small group discussion with the Ambassador at his residence, loosely about the role of the State Department in times of crisis. Another day, I was asked to speak to a class of consular managers via video link – that was quite fun and I was flattered to be asked.

John and I finished the Korean series “Little Women” – we really enjoyed it. We’re also glad to have “Succession” back! I finished reading “I Have Questions for You” (who writes a murder mystery but doesn’t wrap it up?) and “Women Talking,” which I enjoyed (and now want to see the movie). It made me pick up a second Miriam Toews book, so we’ll see how that goes.

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