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... can get a bunch of stuff done on our house while they sleep' and I'd shake my head in agreement. Then we'd happily feed them by bottles and breast, change their diapers as they look longingly into our eyes and they'd go back to sleep peacefully for hours on end. That's when someone shook me from my pleasant daydream and reality hit. They cry (ours not so much) but very loudly, they test our limits by waking ...
... pot makers. The baskets are for the nomads. We are the growers of maize. Where did the Ancients go? Were they defeated? Did they die of thirst in a long drought? Or, did they scatter to the wind and give birth to another people.
We reach up and find snow. The mountain peaks now purple in the remaining light. The journey has been long. We tell ourselves to slow down. Seek nourishment. Rest. Take heed from what we have seen ...
... accompanied me to our 24 week ultrasound and OB appointment (Chip had to work so he dropped in two different times to check on things). These past four weeks, pregnancy has officially caught up to me! Things that have changed...I now have to eat 6 small meals because I get so darn full way too fast, my back occasionally aches while trying to hold up these big boys so I bought one of those sexy pregnancy belts, I have ...
... to take pictures of the views. Even though it was still raining, the views were great. We got .81 inches of rain yesterday and the local paper called it a monsoon!
We arrived in Silverton just before noon and it was still raining. We decided on the Handlebar Saloon, think mustache. It was a very colorful place, both the decor and the people. When we got there all the tables were full ...
... like this:
H: So this is the Colorado River
M: No it's not
H: Yes it is
M: I'm pretty sure it's not
H: I'm telling you it is
M: What makes you so sure?
H: That sign. The one that says 'Colorado River'
The water is the colour of a witches skin – quite a majestic and intense green and the rivers edge is lined with lime green moss and a small border of plant life desperately soaking up ...