Despite forecasts to the contrary, the weather here has been so delightful that I’ve have a hard time sitting at my computer long enough to process photos I’ve taken, much less write anything that’s fit for public exposure.
Despite my earlier post, I am aware that it’s Fall, not summer. Heck, the Washington Husky football season is already half over, and Lael’s soccer season is coming to a close. So after finishing the weekly shopping, I hurried over to Lael’s soccer game to watch her applying her newly polished goalie skills.
With a few minutes left in her game, I left to try to catch Gavin’s game.
Now, if I was a devoted sports photographer, I might have captured some great soccer shots, but as it turns out I got distracted when Lael showed up “to watch her brother’s game.”
Lael and her friends couldn’t resist the appeal of Fall leaves. They gathered
enough to make a comfortable resting place
until they could gather enough energy to scatter them
back where they belonged to await the next batch of kids.
Luckily, I got in home in plenty of time to watch the Huskies recover from last week’s dreadful loss to Stanford by beating Arizona in a high-scoring game.
Summer’s great, but Fall’s not far behind, especially on a sunny day.