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Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Wordless Wednesday {The Road Goes On Forever...or at least as far as Santa Fe - Part 2)

Why yes I DO realize it's Tuesday!  But...I didn't post last Friday.  Not only that, but I noticed that Wordless Wednesday seems to come earlier and earlier these days.  I'm even getting some notice by Monday, which is super confusing! 

Also? I seem to have put in words again...
El Rey Motor Inn, Route 66, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe buildings
How to occupy a little one in a busy restaurant?  Let her fix the coffee, of course.  The Head of Demolition made coffee in Austin and Abilene and Lubbock on the way there.  She made coffee in Amarillo and Witchita Falls and Dallas on the way back.

We're going to start renting her out at book clubs and luncheons and boring parties.
Fun things to do in restaurants
Also, we decided to rent her out at the old folk's home where my Partner in Crime's mother lives as a therapy baby.  They're battening down the hatches as you read this.
Girl pets fish statue

It happened that we got to Santa Fe just in time for Pride on the Plaza, which just so happened to coincide with the big win.  Why yes, I DID ask around to find out if it was sheer coincidence. Two waiters and everyone I asked on the plaza agreed that it was.

Pride balloons in Santa Fe, New Mexico

This guy looks all serious here, but click to see him dancing up a storm!

Pride on the Plaza, Santa Fe

Love wins in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Flags at Pride on the Plaza in New Mexico

Pride on the plaza Santa Fe

If you have somehow slogged through all this and still want to see more Santa Fe wonderfulness, click here for Part 1.

If you just would like to link your Wordless Wednesday already, here's the link up!


stevebethere said...

What wonderful photos especially that fab smile heheh!

NanaHood said...

Love the pictures and your child is adorable. If you ever need a surrogate Nana, let me know! Hugs and come visit at NanaHood.com !

csuhpat1 said...

Your daughter is wonderful. I see a bright future for her.

Great photos.

Karren Haller said...

Love the photos, the Indian dressed in native costume is beautiful, glad to see!!
Thanks for sharing on the Oh My Heartsie Girls WW this week!!
Have great day!

Anonymous said...

The colors of the photos are just vibrant and amazing. Lovely captures!

OrangeHeroMama said...

WOW. LOVE your photos!! SO vibrant and colourful!

Diana Mancuso said...

These are such beautiful photos! You really have a knack for capturing the moment.

Lux G. said...

She's a beauty. And those colors in the other photos look so alive.

Catch My Words said...

Darling little girl!



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