They all left last Friday morning, after which I drove up to Denver to pick up Russell at the airport. We are now enjoying his company until Friday. I am getting chubby again because of all the cooking Luke and I are doing.
I have come to realize, when my children left home, I went through quite a mourning. I know this is a common occurrence it even has an official title: "Empty Nest Syndrome". It probably wouldn't have been so hard on me if they had all moved down the street or across town, but across the USA, is difficult. Thank goodness for telephones, and internet. People used to talk about "the empty nest", and I didn't really pay attention to it. I didn't think twice about it... until my nest was empty. I never knew how hard it would hit me. But it did.
You can tell the difference between my pictures and the ones I got from Nathan in this post; His are great quality, from good cameras that he and the guys took; mine are from my phone, because I didn't have my camera. Half of them are blurry, but at least I was able to take them and down load them. by the way, the photo above is one of the photos taken on the scouting and filming trip; Steve and I just chuckle and chuckle when we look at it. I am not going to tell you the story about it quite yet, I''ll save it for another post, but it is entitled "Photo Shoot Gone Wrong", and its gotta make you laugh.
Russell, Eddie and Luke... along with half of Toby Mack (Luke just got up off the floor... his hair is going every which direction... smile).
I got these from Nathan, and they are some of his crew, at some of the various places they camped and worked.
Here's Nathan at the Great Sand Dunes.... Looks like the Sahara doesn't it?
That's Colorado for you... deserts and mountains all with in a short distance of each other.
Blessings to all, Pam