Wednesday, January 17, 2018

We Are

It was a week of getting back into regular routines.  Seems like MLK marks the official end of the holiday season, which starts at Halloween.  The rush is over.  The constant flow of decorating is over - though mine isn't quite put away, it is down.  School is back in session.  The winter cold (though we haven't had that or snow) keeps things slow as we recover.

This past week marked us taking our 19 y.o. down to school and the goings one while we did that.

And like last week, I loaded these photos in reverse order.  Maybe next week will be the week I'll catch that.  I wouldn't count on it, but there's always the hope.

  • We've got the cold.  Now if we could just get the snow, we might be persueded to think it was winter.
  • Obstacle course adventures.  When he wonders if he can do it, remind him he did rock climbing and then he remembers he's a monkey and can do anything.
  • Bouncing off some energy
  • I'm pretty sure it's nuts to go here on a day off from school when it's snowing.  Sort of snowing.  But it wasn't too bad.
  • North-western New Mexico.  In case you ever wondered where Cars got its backdrop.
  • Arizona.  Coco's.  Total throw back.  We had one of these here in town.  It closed in the 80's, but I'm pretty sure this is the exact decor from then.
  • This is an actual college-level course.  If they need taste testers the Girlie and I are in.
  • Letting go.
  • Standing on a corner in Winslow, Arizona. . . 
  • . . . on Route 66.  I don't have a bucket list, but if I did, following some of the remaining Route would be on it
  • Meanwhile, back at home
  • Northern New Mexico has a desolate beauty
  • Things seem normal at home
  • Concentration for High School students seems to be on point
Happy Wednesday,


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