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... Once we got home Darren spent a few hours sketching some cool pictures and I cooked dinner with the smallest piece of counter space ever!! It's going to be interesting preparing meals but I'm sure it'll be fun!!
Another evening of Criminal Minds...we think this will be how most of our nights are spent!!
We also found out that they have vacuums that we can borrow so that's another thing we can save money on!! YAY!
Love from the shoebox!!
... 20th century and we share a birth day.
Hehas inspired me to take on photography and specially black and white photography. I discover some of his pictures in a bookshop in Berkeley 40 years ago and I was totally taken by his interpretation of landscapes.
He has been instrumental in the promotion of the beauty of the american landscapes and his work on the National parks has been invaluable on helping ...
... and enjoyed so much the fragility and tenacity of these tiny wonders thinking that they spend much of the winters under snow and freezing temperatures to bloom with majesty in the spring and summer. A lesson to learn I assume from mother nature,
Hope you will enjoyed, we did.
Ps do not ask me any name, i am useless but you can go to Plantsnapp to get ...
... machines going 24/7 and they are REALLY noisy, which makes sleeping very difficult. Anyway, it was a slower morning and we made it up the mountain a little later than expected. It took both of us a few runs before we were back to the level that we finished at yesterday. By this stage the body had warmed up and I was having a great time on the slopes yet again! Michael was struggling a bit however, and as a result was taking several tumbles on the way to ...
... drinking just about everything since I’ve been back. Not only health foods and beverages, but unhealthy ones as well. In part because I have a taste for them. But mostly because I can. Doing without certain foods and beverages has made me want them. Particularly foods I haven’t eaten in a long, long time. Once I do, however, the desire essentially goes away. I suspect the dissipation of desire has a lot to do with learning ...