Needless to say, I am thrilled that they found the two suspects and that one of them (apparently the younger brother) has been taken alive, which will hopefully give the investigators the chance to get all the details they need. I sure hope so. It will be nice to have a nice, calm week to settle down to a regular routine again. Admittedly, after this past week, I almost wouldn’t be surprised to have Godzilla march down Commonwealth Avenue. If that happens, I guarantee that I will not be one of the people who waits to get stepped on.
So yeah, tomorrow I am going to try to do some housecleaning, put up our new HDTV antenna, and do some good Portuguese home cooking. Maybe I can get a decent night’s sleep tonight too.
Sleep tight, Boston. Sweet dreams.
[ETA to make some additions and corrections – Geoff]
I honestly am just in shock now.
As if the events in Boston have not brought enough insanity to our world, now the last 12 hours have taken the crazy to whole new levels.
The two bombers lived in our neighborhood here in Cambridge. And that is just for starters.
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We are ok. We are currently in lockdown and nobody is going anywhere. The streets are empty of people save for sirens and law enforcement/EMS. The MBTA is closed entirely as are all business in Cambridge, Watertown, Allston/Brighton, Waltham, Belmont, Newton, and all of Boston. The same cities are also ordered to have everyone stay home/indoors and parts of Cambridge/Watertown have no traffic allowed in or out, either the car or human variety.