This morning Drue, Carly, Evan and I went to the Farmer’s Market in Monument. Unfortunately, I forgot my camera. So, I cannot post a picture of the puppies. They were a Dachshund/Schnauzer mix. Of course, we don’t need a puppy—we’ve got Skye, but is there anything cuter than a puppy? There still were a lot of fresh fruit and vegetables available in the stands there.
After lunch we watched Trent play soccer. Check this view from our vantage point on the sidelines. The field is at Trent & Carly’s school. I don’t know where there would be a school with a more beautiful view.
I don’t know a whole lot about soccer, but I thought Trent did a good job. There is Pikes Peak in the background in the last picture.
After Trent’s game, we watched the KSU/Iowa State game that Doug had copied. We didn’t know the outcome and glad we didn’t. It was an excellent game and KSU did finally win.
Doug’s belated birthday meal was a “shore lunch” of the fish Trent caught the last time they were back in Kansas. The corn & tomatoes were as fresh and delicious as they looked at the farmers market. Birthday cake and ice cream is the best dessert ever.
Besides Doug’s birthday, the other reason we are here is because Kim is in a course for Intramuscular Manual Therapy also know as Trigger Point Dry Needling. Drue and I each had a treatment. Me in my muscles in my upper back that even after a year without mail delivery are still tight. Drue in her muscles associated with her running program. An interesting treatment to watch and receive. And, I do feel better as does Drue.
Oh yes, besides all of that, Dan and Doug hung doors and put up trim in the basement. It was a busy day.