If you watched a time lapse of our life conversation since then, you'd hear a lot of, "What are we going to do with Cooper?" It's a whole 'nother post, but suffice it to say, Cooper has very specific needs when it comes to sleep. One of those necessities happens to be Suzi. Alone.
What was a concert soon became a full-blown weekend vacation at Len & Helen's house with all the wonderful love and attention that goes along with it. The two McGarvey siblings dragged their respective families into their living room and deposited what constituted a small wagon train of supplies worthy of the Oregon Trail. Do you know what it takes to keep two 15 month-olds going for three days? I do. And it required me using my roof rack.
But that was really only necessary because I was also carrying a small studio with me as well. Cyndy, a fellow AIMer, is about to go on the fundraising road, so we're doing her promo video. It made sense for us to meet in STL for a taping while the clan invaded the Zoo and the house returned to some semblance of order. Throw in a BBQ with the McClintock crew and, well, yeah... it was a busy weekend.
Pix are in the usual place... and a side note: If you program your thermostat to Vacation, but forget to add in the "cool" function, you get to come home to 89 degrees... and that takes some time to cool down.
Just passin' that on.