It was dark. Sometime in 1994 or early 1995. Probably Spring of 1995, come to think of it, an April trip, we stayed at Sunriver, it was cold. Too cold to do much. But that’s not the point.
We drove through Bend, business 97, at night, in surprisingly heavy traffic (for Bend). Cristin and Megan were in the back seat. We played Eric Clapton’s “tears in heaven” from a CD.
After the song finished, in the moment of silence that followed, we heard very quiet sobbing in the back seat. It was Megan.
“Megan! What’s Wrong? What happened?
“I miss Paul,” she said. She was about as old as she looks in this picture.
You can click the audio icon here to play that song …
Includes audio: click below…
Commented pictures … 1967 (or 68) vs. 1997, same place. (this one is 88 MB, so I’m looking to change technology before I do any more of these …
Saturday in August, started out well with tennis with Megan, then biking with the Parsons, and later that afternoon Vange and I took care of Timmy and Leo while they went off to a library funding function. Here’s a quick snippet:
Sabrina posted Llama Packing with the Kids on MommyCeo and I tracked back to that with Packing with Llamas on Planning Stories Startups. My favorite photo is the one of me and Leo in the lake, although I know it could have been taken anywhere, but it was a good moment for me.
I’ve seen how well Facebook works, and, with Amiglia threatened, also been working with iPhoto to Flickr and iPhoto to Facebook.
Here’s the Flickr links: