Hi, everyone! It's the last day of August, which always feels like the end of summer. I haven't blogged much lately, for a variety of reasons. But all is well, and I'll share a few things I've enjoyed this month:
Seeing live baseball for the first time in two years!
This beautiful rainbow, which was even more beautiful in person.
My sister was here for two weeks, and we had a few adventures.
More sister fun...using homegrown and farmer's market veggies for this delicious (but rather labor intensive) ratatouille.
Participating in a local tradition with my younger son. Colorado State University used to be Colorado A & M, and the A on the hill has been painted annually for nearly 100 years. Here are the photos before and after the first shift. Go Rams!
A private party/concert with The Motones, a Motown tribute band. Fantastic music and a great time.
I'm so grateful to have had these outdoor experiences this summer. Our Covid numbers are climbing steadily, and I'm afraid we will soon be facing increased restrictions even for fully vaccinated folks like me.
I hope you are happy and well and ready for September!
I'm glad you got to enjoy your summer months. I think winter/cold months are always the worst for any germs, but particularly awful for covid. Australia's certainly had a tough time of it over winter, so I am hoping our warm months see an improvement!ReplyDelete
I hope you have a spectacular spring and summer! Think of us in the northern hemisphere as our days get darker and colder...Delete