While driving to the airport the other night to pick up my parents I listened to one of my favorite radio programs, e-town.Â If you ever get a chance to listen in, I would highly highly highly recommend it.Â The producers of the show are the parents of two gals I played volleyball with in high school (almost a decade ago, man alive!).Â Nick and Helen are amazing people and so fun to watch at a live taping of their radio variety show.Â Although listening to the show is entertaining, viewing a taping at the Boulder Theater is even better.Â Â Watching Nick and Helen fluidly move from one act to another while feeding off the live audience while also keeping in mind that the show is to be listened to rather than seen is magic to me.Â Oh how I love e-town.
Cooper and I have spent the past two days in Granby with my sister’s family.Â Even after all this time I still can’t believe that my sister has created a family (although she is the best mother and wife so I didn’t doubt her abilities).Â The ride up to the mountains was almost disastrous for me…I couldn’t handle trying to entertain a baby for 2 hours while curving through the windy mountain roads.Â Cooper wanted to stop to take a photo and it was a good thing he did because I was about to lose my lunch.Â Luckily I fought the urge (because I was embarrassed to barf in front of some random snowboarders) and was able to make it to my sister’s house in one piece.
Today we spent the day outside in the amazingly fresh mountain air and did a semi-photo shoot of Amelia and the family.Â I will try to post a picture once Cooper is finished copying the photos to a dvd.
Tomorrow Cooper and I are off to Mexico for destination weddings #2 and #3.Â It is going to be a crazy couple of days ahead of us, but also plenty of down time to do absolutely nothing.Â Hopefully the prices for beer holsters are cheaper than in Zihuatanejo so we can pick up several dozen to have on hand for those moments when you just need to wear a beer holster.