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I think that guy in the tutu might be my brother in law, Rick, in New River, AZ. He wears a tutu sometimes when he runs in marathons, just for a laugh. However, that lady might not be his wife. She's smaller than that. ShaSha/Myhashen
I really hope that is true.
Everyone needs a guy wearing a tutu for fun in their lives.
The bin dress-up is so fun!
But see, my hair is out of control, wearing comfy rags, so go out in the middle of the night to bring the bins to the curb. Been reading until dawn, then sleep till early afternoon, turning into a nocturnal creature and having paranoid thoughts that the neighbors (who have nothing else to do but observe the small town neighborhood), will think I'm crazy. Will have to go outside in the daytime to weed and prune things to reassure them.
go out in the middle of the night to bring the bins to the curb.
That is so me! But I was doing it before the pandemic so I can't use that as an excuse. I just forget about it until it's bedtime. And speaking of bedtime, I'm also usually up until dawn and sleep until noon or later. That's the thing about living alone, you do what you want to do. But I have physical therapy now at 2 PM on Mondays and Thursdays so I'm trying to at least be up by 11 AM. But I've always been a night owl.
Thank you, so beautiful.
I'm so happy that "school" is out for the summer. The online thing was stressing us all out, and my son wasn't learning anything. So hoping that we can get back to normal in September.
Here's something that's been making us smile:
Now THAT was happy making! Thank you.
Congratulations! Your Jacinda rules!! Wish we could steal her here. I am in Canada, not too bad here, but nowhere close to what you Kiwis have accomplished!)