A bit of randomness at the end of a week is always good:
We spent 12 hours round trip, traveling across 2 mountain passes,
to visit our eye doctor this week.
Many years ago she practiced in Summit County.
Since she moved her office, we take a long drive once a year.
Obviously, we like her!
A new prescription means new frames.
Will one of you come with me to choose?
Since I can't see closeup without my prescription lenses,
I can never really tell how new frames look.
Another quirk is that this time, because of my allergy,
I must make sure no formaldehyde is used
in processing the frames or lenses.
I'm not looking forward to the search.
We're in Denver until Sunday, babysitting Sam.
He's 13 months old.
Always a calm, content baby, he's now happily on the move.
All my photos are fuzzy because he doesn't hold still for an instant.
When he naps, Pop Pop and I rest, too!
We're doing some remodeling at our house in Breckenridge.
It's been about 3 weeks and will be three more until it's finished.
(If all goes as planned.)
Neither of us is good with mess and clutter.
We can't find basic essentials like underwear and shampoo.
We're both getting a little testy.
I visited several consignment shops this week.
After cleaning out drawers and closets,
I had 2 bags full of good used clothing.
These shops have changed dramatically!
Now clothes must be designer and can't be more than 5 years old.
Our clothes went to a charity which runs a thrift shop.
They accepted "vintage."
Who gets rid of clothing after only 5 years?
Our son and D-i-L ran Race for the Cure last weekend.
I cried a little when I saw this:
I think of my mom every day.
She died when my son was 11.
He's now 45.
She's worth remembering.
Thank you to my blog friend, Nancy, for hosting