My granddaughter, the fabulous Miss Hannah Harvey, turns 13 years old today. Yay!
A few weeks ago, she and I took ourselves on a Big Adventure, which included a stop at a coffee shop; a drive to Abernathy, Texas, to make some photos*; and a picnic lunch of fried rice. It was an excellent day. Among the many interesting things we spotted in Abernathy was this row of theater seats on a sidewalk. Hannah spotted the 13 right away, of course. (And don’t tell her, but part of her birthday present is a print of this photo.)
*Yes! She’s a photographer and even has a “real” camera, a starter-level Nikon.
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