We’ve welcomed two beautiful new granddaughters into the fold, which has been breathtaking. They and their moms are exquisite, and all are doing well. The birth of a new child is life-changing to all those intimate with it, and to have two enter our world less than two weeks apart has been, at times, both heart-expanding and head-spinning. Heart-expanding as our circle of love has multiplied and head-spinning as you worry about almost everything; the moms, the deliveries, the babies, the dads, the siblings, and even where you might fit into this new world. With absolute joy, even a tearful shakedown can occur.
Tears can be cleansing, so I’m going with that. I’m also doing everything possible to stay on the path; daily walks, good nutrition, and trying for solid sleep. It doesn’t always work, and falling off the path is a definite bump.
Anyway, we had some wonderful one-on-one time with Peanut and went to a Blues Fest. She and I agree that a closed-toe shoe, boot, or sneaker is the best style move when going to outdoor festival-type scenes. I wore a favorite suede Chelsea boot, and she wore a lace-up sneaker.
We also hit up the Farmer’s Market.
Every day dress, Moody Blues, to be continued.