It feels like ages since I wrote my last post.
Well, it’s been a rough road that last month. Lots of ups and downs and something close to an aversion towards blogging. Nothing personal, just too little energy and too much in my head.
No.1 turned 3
I managed to have two photo sessions. One is already on my blog here. For that session I had the opportunity to try a wonderful lens: 24mm f/1.4G ED AF-S. As I got used to it “Oh” ‘s and “Ah” ‘s were coming out of me all the time. I was simply in heaven.
My second session was with a pregnant, beautiful mamma and her family. I didn’t have much time to post them on the blog, though. Will do it shortly.
I have two newborn sessions in front of me so starting tomorrow I am getting back to the hats making mode.
Last Saturday we came back from Orange County where we had gone for husband’s business trip. We did some sightseeing but mostly just from our car.
We visited my husband friend and his pets
There was a lot of coffee involved
Not as much as I thought of crocheting:
And two nights in hotels. I was very surprised how good our kids dealt with that.
Before we had left the house we planned the trip so I could see the “Hollywood” sign. I was very excited about that but it actually didn’t happen, and I am not heart broken.
We drove by the place where we suppose to stand in order to see the sign:
but when we got there, there were cars on cars parked on cars. Cars to the left and cars to the right. In addition the kids just fell asleep after a quite long time of screaming. I did not feel like I want to spend my time looking for a parking and then climbing up the hill to see some big letters – and just for that waking up the kids. It felt so good to ride in silence. They wake up pretty soon anyway. Go figure.
At least we stopped to see the “Walk of Fame”. I really enjoyed that.
I got lucky to find my favorite star within a few minutes from where we get out of the car.
Then a few more:
And just as we were packing everybody to the car the husband spotted this place:
On the way back we saw a sand storm, or a beginning of one.
Oh… and we finally left our young doggy where she belongs – with a trainer.
and we picked up our Old Lady who during the last year has gotten so old, and blind, an deaf and oh… so disoriented. We got very close to actually not having her, but my crocodile tears had changed it. Not that I did it in purpose, but I just couldn’t stand the vision of not having her back. Simple.
She still is the very loving and patient dog I remember. She always has been.
No.1 has already taken good care of the Old Lady. After a few times of trying to ride the dog we finally told her that the dog is sick (which is not far from the truth at all), so she shouldn’t be doing it anymore. It worked. Now she is very carrying and loving towards the dog. She brings her blankets and pillows.
We are all happy to have her back. I can’t describe how happy I am. She is back where she belongs!