|Leo's dad Robert took this of us|
In the background you can see John and Gene and my iPad. There weren't many people at the coffee shop so it seemed a good time to document Leo's growth. I am in this place almost every day, and the people I've met there are like family. Leo was only six months old when I first met him here, and now I am invited to his birthday parties and have gone sailing in their 26-foot sailboat.
In a few minutes I'll be heading back outside to see a movie, The Danish Girl, with Eddie Redmayne, last year's recipient of the Oscar for Best Actor. It's getting really hard to see all the movies I want to now, after what seems like a real drought. There are at least a half dozen more I need to see before the Oscars are announced on January 15. I'll be spending a few days in the theaters, that's for sure.
We had a wonderful walk this morning, the ladies and I, although it was very foggy when I set out to meet them and made driving precarious. Isn't it interesting how fog makes well-known streets look like a foreign land? But now it's sunny and gorgeous outside!