This was one of those weeks where all the most memorable moments happened when I was without a camera. Like the INCREDIBLE sunset I witnessed for only a few minutes while taking my dog for an evening walk. It was amazing. No, like truly amazing. So amazing I'm not even going to try to describe it. I'll just trust you to take my word for it. Or like the night I sat in my car at the grocery store parking lot and cried. Then I continued to enter said grocery store and exit with three items: a tub of Breyers vanilla, a tub of Breyers chocolate chip cookie dough, and a bag of Kettle BBQ potato chips. It was embarrassing and borderline pathetic. I just pretended the cashier assumed I was stocking up for a labor day party. And then there were the short moments during yoga that my mind was finally able to let go. This doesn't occur very often, so it was memorable indeed! And so was the epically long phone conversation I had. I'm not proud of it and am not even sure how to take a picture of something like that if I tried, but I'm pretty sure it broke a world record. Or there's the night on the couch when I spooned Daphnie and she spooned the cat (even with her arm around her!) It was by far the cutest and most surprising thing I'd ever seen, considering Daphnie had never met a cat until about two months ago.
Moral of the story is keep your camera handy. Because if you don't, you could miss out on stuff like this:
It's not a good picture, but it might be even more adorable than the furry spoon session I described on the couch. Just maybe...