Friday night's sunset set the mood for a weekend of fun and relaxation.
As you will see, Zoe has become increasingly more serious these past few days. I think she knows, or senses the looming trip to Philly. While I attempted to give her meds on Friday night, she grabbed the syringe out of my hand and refused to let go. I grabbed the camera and tried to snap a few, but with only one hand in play, didn't get the best photos. But you get the idea...
Emmy and I enjoyed another day at Harper's Landing. We're going to attempt another visit before we leave for Philadelphia, but you know how that goes...
(Emmy learning to blow bubbles in the pool.)
Now that football season is ramping up, Emmy and I pulled out our jerseys for the Cardinal's game on Saturday.
Mexican food and football, who could ask for anything more?
On Sunday, the girls were looking awfully cute, so we took a few sister pics. Zoe wasn't too thrilled, but she cooperated none-the-less. As soon as we sat Zoe in Emmy's lap, Emmy looked at Zoe and said, "Oh Zoe, cute outfit!"
It wasn't until I took these pictures of the girls that I really notice how "blue" Zoe is. Sitting her next to an unbelieveably pale Emmy doesn't help, but wow. She looks like Violet Beauregarde after she turns into a blueberry in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Soon, very soon, her color should improve. Not 100% improvement, but as her cardiologist says, "small steps still go forward."