|Cherished flowers of the week|
We were invited to join the Basque friends, former host families, at a lunch where Josu caught us up on his life and their plans.
We had one last robotics-graduate open-house in the afternoon, and enjoyed a delightful tandem ride in the evening.
Looks like I had DMD (decision-making-disorder)! Which would you choose?
Monday night Stephan filled us in on his intense week at Advanced Timber Framing workshop--hard work and difficult math.
It was a quiet week for me, with no appointments, only the usual daily exercise opportunities and writing goals.
Michael, on the other hand, seems to maintain a very full schedule, moving forward on several fronts, and always finding time for a bike ride.
Friday was the opening of the Farmers' Market, always a fun event.
And look who I met there wearing her new sun hat and holding a new toy!
Kayla posted this photo of Rebecca with her favorite purchase from the yard sale--a little wagon to pull all her stuffed animals.
|The invitation and the "Squaring-off" photo Mike posted on Facebook|
Just now, despite my screams (and prayers), PhyXTGears lost the semi-final tiebreaker and will not go on to finals.
Some other multitasking I do: knit while we watch TV in the evening; listen to audio books or podcasts as I do mindless tasks like weeding, cleaning, laundry, cooking, etc.; and coloring during Win's music show.
And, now I must get ready to go to a wedding, and spend the rest of the evening, late night, waiting for Michael to get back from Ohio.