Me right now dancing around the airport because I’m finally en route to meet my grandson Torin the Terrible! Cannot flipping wait.
Work has been busy, busy, busy, but now I have my week off, all is well. I survived Homecoming week.
I’m the accidental junior sponsor this year, which meant overseeing a lunch, Homecoming nominations, the votes, and the big dance. It was a lot of work, but thanks to some awesome parents and kids it all went off without a hitch.
Things have been busy in Mons as well. The leaves are turning and the temps are finally cooling down. Just last week we were still in the 70s. Our backyard is all confused. The rose bush is still budding while the tree and ivy are turning color.
Pic not of my backyard, but of the ivy in a nearby park.
Mons is also gearing up for its 100th anniversary of the WW1 armistice. This poor city got hit hard during both world wars, and they take the ending of both wars seriously. The Grand Place has been rehearsing bits and pieces of its amazing light show that premiered last night. It’s the story of a young soldier and how the war affected Mons. It will air twice a night through Nov 11, and it’s quite moving. I’ll try to do a better job of portraying it again. For now here’s a few shots
The spot lights from our park and apartment are also pretty cool. Looks like we’re being invaded by aliens.
There’s plenty more I can share, but I’ve got to head on over to my gate and wait to board plane one of Oma’s wild ride to Torin. Next up? Baby pics!
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