I got home yesterday. I had about an hour of hazardous driving but the rest of the trip was ok. I had a great time, spent too much money on art stuff of course. I'll post pictures of that later.
We went to see Pans Labyrinth and it was in this old theater where the ceilings have all this intricate work on them. There are a lot of old theaters like this in the western states. They are pretty neat. They just do not make buildings like this anymore.
I got to know Sarah's friends a little better. She has a small circle, most of the time there are 3 girls and 2 boys but there were other casual friends I got to meet too. It was nice to know she has created a new family of sorts. I think wherever we go we create a family, we all need people to play with, to talk with and to support us. It reminded me of when I was in college and I lived in a house with 5 other girls in this big old house. They were my support system. We laughed and played and grew together. Its those kind of relationships that help make us who we are.
Here is the view out Sarah's window. It snowed the night before and looked quite pretty that morning. At 4 am Sunday morning there were deer out there. I tried to get a picture but had no luck. They ran off, some kids on the lower floors were taking pictures and they got spooked. It was still neat to see them. There were 2 doe's, otherwise known as females.
Here are Sarah with her friend Brenna, she lives right across the hall. She is from Billings, Montana. Brenna has a TV so all the movie watching is done over in her room.
Here is Sarah all bundled up in her blanket. I think she liked it. She was showing it off to all her friends so I think that was a good sign.
Quote of the Day: A mind once stretched by a great new idea or new understanding will never fully return to its original dimensions - William James