We’ve been traveling! Sarah to Missouri to see the totality of the solar eclipse and Abby to Nashville and Huntsville to visit family and friends.
Sarah read Who Thought This Was a Good Idea?: And Other Questions You Should Have Answers to When You Work in the White House, a memoir by Alyssa Mastromonaco, which was a fun look into the life of a young, powerful White House staffer.
Abby just finished the best memoir she’s read in years: The Bright Hour: A Memoir of Living and Dying by Nina Riggs. Riggs writes about her cancer diagnosis and life as a young mom–a powerful, beautiful read.
How we roll
We talk about how we get around now and how our transportation situations have evolved over the years. Sarah is part of a car-free family and bikes where they need to go, while Abby’s is a one-car family who loves to walk and bus. On our dream transportation list: a Brompton for Sarah and an Austlen Entourage.
If you want to hear more about car-free or car-lite families, check out Sarah’s new podcast Family Pedals!
Abby is trying to recreate the perfect macaroni and cheese, as made by our friend in Alabama.
Sarah enjoyed a broccoli salad made by her mom.
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