Our Son the Author
December 16, 2018
In seventh grade, Seth, our now-forty-eight-year-old son, had a leading role in a musical you’ve never heard of called “Winning Isn’t Everything.” In high school, he starred in Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes”. Since I can’t carry a tune and his father refuses to sing, it was quite a revelation that there was a spark of musical talent in our first-born.”
Fortunately, he didn’t pursue a stage career and although we have heard him speak before, his appearance on Monday in a popular Boston bookstore to read from his just-published book, Rediscovering Travel: A Guide for the Globally Curious brought those earlier triumphs to mind.
The bookstore space was packed—camp friends, school friends, our friends and perfect strangers filled the room. The Boston Globe’s top travel writer interviewed Seth. I know I am his mom, but he was articulate, informative, amusing, and handsome.
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Congratulations Judy-you did good. Looking forward to reading the book.
Posted by: janet winsor | December 16, 2018 at 11:27 PM
You are allowed to be proud, Judy! Bask in it, enjoy it, glow! It is no small feat having a book published!
Posted by: Diane Dahli | December 19, 2018 at 10:24 AM
I heard him on public radio and he was wonderful. I've "known" him through the blog and oddly, take some kind of personal pride in his success. Thank you for sharing him with us.
Posted by: charlene volpert | December 19, 2018 at 10:54 AM