We won’t have too many opportunities to enjoy our neighbors and their fire pit, so I took advantage last night.
Then I came as close as I ever want to come to writing code to get this to publish correctly. Apparently Cinemagram or WordPress has changed something in the way these things are embedded in a post. Anyway, I was very proud of myself for cutting and pasting some code from a previous Cinemagram post to make this work. If anyone has any insight, please provide.
It had been a while since I’d taken my phone on a morning run. Maybe I’ll do it more often.
Both the score and sentiment at Delaney’s Special Olympics tennis tournament today.
The winter that didn’t want to leave the beach.
Delaney rode bikes with friends in the alley today. The first thing she said was, “tell Dad!” because she knew he would be especially proud of her. He worked really hard to help her learn how to ride a bike. Today, she did it perfectly. One little friend wiped out and chose to go inside. But Delaney kept going. In her fashionable heart socks.
I haven’t posted a cloud shot in a long time;
I think it looks like a dog skeleton running…or maybe it’s a dinosaur;
I’m tired, and it’s all I’ve got.
We have concluded that leaving on deployment, preparing a house for renters and readying for a move across the country are not activities that should overlap so distinctly. Oh well.
This little girl is a sister of one of James’ team mates, and she could not be any cuter. She just stumbles around during the games, usually with dirt all over her mouth. And as the youngest of 4 (the other 3 are boys), her mother doesn’t worry too much.