Project 366 : Week 12

So last week felt like it lasted months… probably because the week was flanked by two weekends of excessive drinking, partying and fun. Yes I do still have fun, even as the mother of a toddler. Got to get it out of my system before the next one comes along… right?

There were trips to Tahoe (yes, I know we were just there), time with family, sad times and fun times. We mourned the loss of a huge part of the hubby’s life growing up, but then celebrated the return of a long lost friendship. It was a very big week.

With a pretty absurd hangover from Mom’s Night Out in the City, we made our way sloooowly up to Tahoe in a blinding blizzard. It was pretty exciting to see how much snow had fallen in the past 24 hours. I don’t think that I’ve EVER seen so much snow on the trees before. It was amazing.

So while it’s always fun to ski when we’re up there, getting some quality cousin time was the highlight of this trip. Drew just LOVES his cousins.

Drew’s first introduction to bubble wrap.

So after the blinding blizzard that dropped feet of snow in Tahoe, it was melting rapidly by the time we headed home. Like, rapidly.

Taking advantage of the breaks in the rain to hit the park!

There are no words…

It was with a heavy heart that on Saturday Brian celebrated the life of a great man, who had a tremendous impact on his life. We mourned his passing, but celebrated reconnecting with old friends to remember his amazing life and legacy. Hal certainly touched a LOT of people in his time and will be missed.

Comments

  1. ItsaFitting says

    Thanks K!! It's sad, I haven't been working on it NEARLY as much as I would like. I need to get better about shooting when it's raining out :-)

  2. ItsaFitting says

    M, it was AWESOME stuff. Just what Tahoe needed after a miserable ski season. Too bad it's the end of our ski season. :-(

  3. ItsaFitting says

    Thanks! Yup, it was like STREAMING from the roofs at that point. I thought it looked too cool to miss. :-)

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