We're in the midst of an amazing, whirlwind weekend of celebration. Hardly have time or brain to blog. But have to keep my streak going. Day 13 of 366 Days of Blogging!
Friday night took us to the Boulder Dinner Theater for a tasty dinner and to see "Peter and the Star Catcher" with an incredible cast and fantastic directing. Then at midnight-thirty we arrived in Fort Collins for the night, from which we departed at 7:30 the next morning, going through fog, rain, freezing temps and snow, to get to the 9 a.m. ceremony (barely walked in and the processional started), from which we went to our celebration outdoor pavilion park picnic, which was followed by a "hike" (the trail was closed due to flooding so we had to improvise). Next activity was the coffee shop I can't remember the name of because that's was when I was beginning to feel the fatigue and not always tracking with what everyone else was saying. We enjoyed the company of our out-of-town relatives while playing games and conversing over warm drinks, because we were COLD. Then we went onto Jeffrey's Bistro for a fabulous dinner. Then back into the fog, descending into the lowlands of Fort Collins for another night's sleep (more than four hours this time) and enjoyed a brunch with afore mentioned out-of-town relatives. Now we've arrived home in the Springs, and will be going on to my sisters in an hour for a dinner celebration for the completion of the festivities.
Then I'll go to bed for about three days.
It's been a great weekend!
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Life with Quadruplets
As a mother of quadruplets, I've had plenty of crazy experiences raising "supertwins." I blog a lot of memories about my kids. Sometimes just my thoughts on things. I get those sometimes—when my brain works. Which is about one third of the time.