Now I'm back at my daughter's house. Izzie had to stay there while we went to the parade, because I didn't think she could do all the walking. There were lots of dogs about, though. Probably none a month out of back surgery. All very well behaved. After the parade I had Thai food that my son-in-law ordered for take out. Izzie and I are stretched out on the couch.
The next thing I'm going to do is to go the the Getty on Sunday. We have brunch reservations at the restaurant and I'm looking forward to seeing the Rembrandt and His Pupils exhibit. According to the Getty website:
"Telling the difference between drawings by Rembrandt and his pupils is a centuries-old problem. A popular teacher with more than 50 documented students, Rembrandt taught all of them to draw in his style. Together, they produced thousands of drawings, and even immediately after Rembrandt's death, there was confusion about who made them. In the last 30 years scholars have made major strides in their ability to recognize Rembrandt's drawings from those of his students."The last time I was at the Getty was for their Mt. Sinai icons exhibit, which was fabulous. It's become a tradition for my daughter and me to enjoy a meal at the restaurant there. This year her husband is joining us, I think because they have crab cakes on the menu.