These are two of more than a dozen video messages Annie sent me from upstairs on Duo. Really covers a range.
Leslie had the ingenious idea to install swings in the space left when we removed or shed
For some reason I haven’t abandoned gallery.overt.org, even though I have been using Google Photos to do most of our photo management for at least three years.
Please, enjoy copies of the Google Photos shared albums for the second half of 2019 on gallery, for old times’ sake.
I found this article describing ‘jazz guys’ from the Outline in my RSS feed and was ashamed to find myself perfectly described. I’m sorry. I was way worse in my twenties, though!
Down at the greenbelt. Annie told me, “I think I’m a better rock climber than you. Can you climb as hard as you can to show all your power?”
Pro tip: even though every donut shop in the world is closed on New Year’s day (fair), hotel lobby Starbucks are always open, and you can buy inferior donuts there for five times the price!
What he lacks in skill he makes up for with enthusiasm.
We’ve got Rick, Lightning McQueen dressed as a panda, and a unicorn space princess. As good as it gets.
Today, on the way home from school, Annie asked “When is my paper cut going to stop hurting?” I told her I’d need to look at it. I turned around and saw the below (recreated on-demand at the dinner table):
By far the biggest haul we’ve gotten in Austin