Hi! That's me waving hello from the top of a weathered red rock to the west of Richfield. In spite of having to come home a bit early because of my "swimming" head (thanks, Jorgen, for getting me back safely), I had a great time visiting at Kirsten's while Jenae was in town from California. Some of us had an early morning walk in the ravine and Kirsten knew how to set the self-timer so we all could be in the shot. Julie and her kids and Jennifer came to play games with Jenae and her kids and her friend Ryan and his wife and Kirsten and Rebecca and Michelle and her family and Tom and his family and (whew! You get the picture! The house was pretty crowded. Unfortunately I didn't get any pictures while everyone was there.) Julie had a good time doing hula hoops on Spencer's WI(Is that how you spell it?)and it gave the rest a good laugh. There was lots of laughter and good food, too. Isn't it great to have friends and family?!
Strange creatures showed up at our house on Friday night. They were our only trick or treaters as we participated in the Trunk or Treat at the church earlier. I took my decorated wheelbarrow over and won a prize. Lorraine Steffens wanted to take a picture that included the contents of the wheelbarrow, so I bent down but unfortunately lost my footing and fell right over on my side and rolled onto my back with my feet in the air. It was hilarious. No harm done, not even a bruise. Just a lot of laughter.
I'm extremely normal (whatever that means). I'm usually optimistic and hopeful. For me, emotion seems to precede thought. I have been blessed enough already for more than 60 lifetimes. Family is tops on my list of important things.