The Pits: I finished reading Three-Body Problem, which I did not enjoy as much as I’d hoped. I can’t recommend this book to anyone who doesn’t get a thrill out of reading textbooks on the history of physics. The Peaks:
The Pits: Not very photographically inspired today. The Peaks: Our Christmas cards came in and Traci did not require me to assist in addressing them.
The Pits: None. The Peaks: I’d seen this ornament online and thought it was funny, so I made one out of a puzzle cube box. I was planning to keep it, but I noticed it was Walt’s birthday. Walt was
The Pits: None. The Peaks: I finished reading Artemis by Andy Weir, and thoroughly enjoyed it.
The Pits: None. The Peaks: I can’t deny that the only photos I took, or that were taken of me (sneakily, by Traci), were of the three of us lounging around. I love these kinds of days.
The Pits: None, really. The Peaks: I had a fun and productive day, playing with the slingshot and getting more work done on the porch stool project, with Weston’s help. Traci and I celebrated our anniversary tonight. We had a
The Pits: While playing football with the boys, Weston behaved badly enough to get sent to his room until supper. After awhile, I noticed him spying on us from Turner’s window. The Peaks: While getting breakfast ready for the boys,
The Pits: I’m a bit ashamed and embarrassed that I didn’t get any real family pics at Thanksgiving, only this pic of Weston on top of Mamaw’s and Papaw’s roof. On our way back from Winchester, a deer ran into
The Pits: During our dinner at Campo Azul, they oddly began playing all Taylor Swift songs. The Peaks: We all took part in the NRC Wednesday Night run this evening. Traci was planning to walk since she was still sore
The Pits: While playing football at the Bicentennial Mall, the boys got into a bit of a scuffle. It was a beautiful place for them to fight. The Peaks: We started our day at the doctor’s office for Weston’s annual