I really should glue the ivory back on...
So it's taking some getting used to, but it's getting better as time goes along. And unfortunately, short of talking about Kirstin's doctor appointment today, I can't think of anything earth-shattering that's happened this week (unless you count playing with my copy of the Adobe Creative Suite that arrived at work this week :) ). But at any rate, Kirstin's 12-month checkup (and shots) were today.
She officially weighs 20 pounds and 14 ounces, and is normal and healthy. A good problem to have, really. But she didn't care much for the four shots she got today. :) The first two weren't so bad, but that MMR one was a real bear. She did not like that one at all. But, as per the usual, by the time we got out to the car, she was calmed down (and actually talking again).
I've got a hankering to go out and take some pictures in the out-of-doors, but I haven't done so yet. Partially because it's that nasty time of year when the top inch of ground has thawed but is incredibly mushy. Not a good time to hang around. It's unpleasant walking. :)
But we'll see what happens once the frost comes out. Besides, everything is pretty well brown right now and not incredibly inspiring...
So anyway, until next time...I leave with a most-fitting quote for myself tonight:
"I'm all in favor of keeping dangerous weapons out of the hands of fools. Let's start with typewriters."
- Frank Lloyd Wright (1868-1959)