|Strange for California in July, but I won't complain about|
running in slightly cooler conditions.
|Feeling very pleased with myself.|
|On my walk home...|
|I decided tea and a book on the patio were just the thing.|
|Shortly after this, tea-and-book became tea-book-NAP.|
|I spent some time at my favorite large suburban high school.|
|I bought a pretty binder and some cute dividers.|
|I am SUPER ORGANIZED.|
|Doesn't everyone stand on a balance board wearing M&Ms|
socks while making cards?
|Mom quickly staked a claim to these three cards.|
|Lone hawk in an overcast sky.|
|All this overcast weather is odd for us this time of year.|
No rain, though.
|Got my expectations ready for the wall. Mom: "You spelled|
rise wrong!" Me: "It's an acronym!"
|On a mission. Don't worry, the flowers were safe.|
|Found: fresh basil.|
|Made an appointment for my first kick-boxing class. Yay!|
|They graduated and soon return to their home countries.|
I am SO GLAD to be finished, but that's for another post.
|Second Friday in a row I chat with a technician in India.|
This time, Internet.
|Mom's garden is still looking great.|
|My race started and finished in a cemetery.|
|Just as I snapped this, Big Jim Hall, who was reading names|
as people finished, announced a man who was running
in his own honor--this race supports Alzheimer's research.
Perspective, Meg, perspective.
|Big Jim Hall (white shirt), a local radio celebrity.|
|Caturday with Bella Blue.|
|Also known as Bellarina Tortellini. She loves belly rubs.|
This week is my last full week of summer vacation. I'll be spending some time at school, but also just relaxing as much as possible. I have my first kick-boxing class, a hair appointment, regular gym time. Maybe I'll go on an adventure on Saturday.