Starting off on Friday we attended 9 Health Fair to get our blood drawn and for $30 get a multiple of tests done. They also offer skin screening, hearing test, blood pressure and oxygen tests, etc.
Later in the afternoon we attended a retirement reception for two Alamosa city employees we knew.
Judy Egbert has been City Clerk since 1993
Don Koskelin has been head of the Public Works Department since 1993
Afterwards we went to out for a pizza dinner with Heinz and Angela.
Saturday was a “stay inside and stay out of the wind” day, and we did just that.
Sunday (yesterday) we drove to Espanola and left off Poncho at The Abeytas and drove on to Santa Fe to attend the first birthday party of our great-granddaughter, Zoey.
First we surprised our daughter and grandson as they were working at Red Lobster. We splurged and enjoyed a couple of lobster dishes with shrimp and crab legs. Yum
Originally the birthday party was suppose to be held at a local park, but it was very, very windy so the location was changed to a relative’s home.
In between Jim cooking burgers and dogs, I got everyone together for a photo.
But this photo is a more accurate depiction of how we usually act when together
Here we are with the birthday girl and also with our other great-granddaughter, Amity.
Here’s four generation on Zoey’s material side
Soon it was time to make our way home so we stopped once more at The Abeytas and picked up Poncho…he came home begrudged…he really likes Teddy.
It wasn’t suppose to snow last night, according to the weather forecast, but it got down to 17* and produced about two inches of snow. Our water lines froze and we popped the breakers a couple of times using too many appliances at once. Ohhhhh, spring time in the Rockies. We come back mid-April to get taxes done and attend 9 Health Fair, but I think we should come and then leave until mid or late May. We are just not adapt to cold weather anymore.
Remember, you are loved.