Last weekend we celebrated Natalie graduating from the University of Wyoming with a BS in nursing. She’s headed to Cheyenne for the summer to work as an ER nurse.
Norah had her first piano recital on May 6th. She played Blue Danube by Strauss. I’m so proud of how hard Norah has worked this year at piano. She is fortunate to have an incredible (and incredibly overqualified) teacher, Dr.
This color blue is everywhere in TaosSelfie by the gateThere were bells just like this one on many of the buildings TaosCouse StudioHorses grazing outside of the PuebloWhat remains of the old San Geronimo Church which was built in 1619.
Our neighbors Dwaine and Don are always so kind to the girls. They generally spoil them but they went all out for Easter even by their standards! They brought the girls each an easter basket filled with fun things like
We had a great time ice skating on Christmas Eve. A new tradition perhaps? Photo cred to my dad and a special thank you to my mom for staying home with Freya.
We celebrated Thanksgiving with Grandpa Guy, Mimi and Greg and had a wonderful time. We explored Stapleton, Union Station, the 16th street mall, the aquarium and Georgetown. Save
We celebrated Alice’s birthday while Grandpa Guy and Mimi were in town. They gave her several nice presents but her favorite were the roller skates. Save Save Save
The day after Thanksgiving we went to Georgetown to ride the train on the old mine loop. We had hot chocolate and cookies while we waited for our train. Once on the train we were treated to a visit from