This year is rapidly ending, it feels like winter here. I spent part of the week in New York and part of it home. Traveling two days is much better than five I must say. I have one more week of travel for work in December then I am done for the year.
Monday - I took a limo to the airport. In all fairness I ordered a town car and this showed up.
Tuesday - the view from my room.
Wednesday - I found this street art note interesting. I hope KP and Michelle found each other.
Thursday - I forgot to snap a photo.
Friday - I went to a concert with Amy and Sophia
Saturday - I was pretty much the laziest person all day but I got up early for regulars breakfast and we finally found a spot. Ma and Pas Cafe.
So I downloaded a few free books to my IPad. One of them being The Jungle by Upton Sinclair. I have to admit that I know I read part of this back in like 10th grade so it wasn't entirely new. Surprisingly though I remembered very little. The first like 2/3 of the book I found much much more interesting then the last part which was a giant case for socialism - that part just kind of lost my interest. I actually skipped over whole pages of the socialist rambling it was too much for me. The whole book itself is for socialism but the beginning about the meat packing industry and being an immigrant was much more interesting to me. I also feel like the story just died off in the last part. Anyhow I am 1/2 way to my 52 goal now and I love that.
I continue to work on getting caught up with these. This one went together pretty fast since there were so many photos. It was all about the weekend this week as we traveled to California for P & Cs wedding. I made a pocket from a cut down and sewn up sleeve to hold the invite and program. To fancy it up I sewed in gold paper hearts and scraps of their wedding ribbon.
I got to spend another week at home. It was a cold week and it went by quickly. The girls and I did trivia Tuesday with a pretty respectable score. And Kathleen and I worked on a craft project. We went camping on the weekend and it was so cold, luckily Dustin talked them into a cabin.