The kids were both in school but Roger and I had Veteran’s Day off. So we had a date in our city.
After lunch (which included acai sangria), we strolled over three of Denver’s bridges toward downtown. On the way, we found this:
Photo by Jeffrey Beall (his is better than mine).
National Velvet is by artist John McEnroe (not the tennis player, I presume). The sculpture was dedicated a year ago today.
Denver does like its primary colors, doesn’t it?
I have sudden urge to prepare kidney beans for dinner.
See what my classmates are showing and telling over at Mel’s Show & Tell.
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Watching my daughter surf the snow, from our dining room window (hence, the haze). Notice her bare foot. It was in the 70s this day, just after the Halloween blizzard .
Gotta love Colorado.
And I do.
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Due to Mother Nature’s recent cold flash, I am subjecting you to another slide show, so soon after the last.
(By the way, Manly Man is not Roger. He’s a guy we saw at the sledding hill. As far as I could tell, he was not high.)
Also, for those of you who were worried, I GOT MORE WINE!
We had a BLAST, and I laughed my abs off. Snow days CAN be fun when you’re all grown up.
I’m not a big fan of Fall. I love warm weather, long days, summer clothes.
But. I like Fall colors.
Today it’s all white (like you wouldn’t believe!), but this past weekend, as I walked through my yard and took photos, I noticed the reds.
If you like these, you might want to see last year
See what my classmates are showing and telling over at Mel‘s.