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Library and Hair Dye

As usual, Meadow requested big pancake for breakfast.

Soon it will be Theo making the requests. For now it's just an affirmative, "Yay!"

The best breakfast.


We didn't really have plans today except to go to the library.

Meadow dressed up for the occasion.

Meadow's doing a biography on Maria Sharapova at school. The downtown library was the only one that had a kids book about her.

This kiddo doesn't get to the library as much as his sister used to.

We hadn't been to the library in awhile so Meadow stocked up.



More dress up shenanigans at home.

She also got to try the Oculus Go VR headset I got to show my virtual tours at an upcoming conference.

We didn't do much the rest of the day. Theo did manage to detune the guitar a few times.

We ended the night with Meadow and I dying our hair magenta.

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