As Madeline and I were walking home from the bus stop one day we had to stop and play in the yellow leaves.
Emma was struggling with some of her math concepts, so Andrew spent some time helping her out via Zoom.
Mike and Abby were being goofy one day and took a photo where Abby looked taller than Mike. Then they sent it to Gina as a joke.
Madeline has been doing well at her swim lessons with Ms. Caroline. She can now swim a few strokes on her own before reaching her instructor.
Mike and I stayed up in Denver and spent the night shopping, eating good food, and laughing at the Jim Gaffigan live show. The next morning, we basked in the unseasonably warm sun and lounged at the pool at the Four Seasons hotel.
A few days before my race I weighed myself after an awesome run and was shocked to see that I was 107.9. It has been almost 16 years since I have seen that number.
Emma rode the peloton for the first time during one of her cross-training days.
As the gifts started to arrive, I gathered all the wrapping supplies and started wrapping presents.
It is not often that I find Mike taking a nap but the day after our race really did him in.
Sometimes we have the most beautiful sunsets and the view from the back of our house is just amazing.
Since the weather was warm, I decided that I would do the Christmas lights on the house all by myself. I managed to get the first level of lights all finished but decided against going on the upper roof to do those lights. These are the times when I miss having boys to do this sort of thing.
Madeline finally got her first COVID vaccine and didn’t have any reactions.
My parents sent me a super cool triathlon ornament that they had made by a friend.