Brixton helped Chris fix a build break. (Yes, he was working on the weekend but only for 20 minutes or so.)
We hosted our rotating date night. Cooper's parents went out while Sophie and her parents stayed and hung out with us.
The kids helped me set up chairs for Meeting for Worship.
I met up with some former coworkers to watch a dedication of a very moving art project. There is a project called Homeless Remembrance Project, where artists create bronze leaves with the names of homeless people who have died. This particular leaf was in honor of Robert Hansen, the charming Real Change vendor who died suddenly last year two days after being released from the hospital with orders for bed rest. He was sleeping in his truck at the time, which is where he died. The dedication was a great remembrance of Robert and his cheesy jokes and boundless optimism.
Chris tried to get a nap. Largely unsuccessful.
A woman was selling off her whole yarn stash for a bargin. How could I resist?!
Whew. What a lovely autumn weekend.
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