I had to refresh my feed to make sure that I actually hadn’t posted since January. Yep. All I can say is that we have been busy. This year has been crazy, anxiety inducing and emotionally draining. Sam finished up his first year of college at Montana State, Paige is getting ready to study abroad in Ireland and Alice graduated from high school (today!). I promise to update on all things Wescott very soon but for today I want to show off our graduate.
Today, Alice graduated from Summit High School. It was a tough year to be a high school senior. Alice persevered this year and graduated Sigma Cum Laude, received the Seal of Biliteracy and earned an International Baccalaureate degree as well as her high school degree. We are super proud of our girl!
Here are a couple pics from the senior parade in Breckenridge. I love seeing my girl so happy with her friends!
Well, 2020 sure did throw us for a loop but we made it through! I know that we came out stronger and appreciate all the goodness that came from this past year.
Most years I choose pictures that I am proud of, pictures I took with my big camera. This year I used my cell phone pictures because they are the most “in the moment” shots. Much like these pictures, it wasn’t a perfect year but we are grateful for each moment we were together making memories. We will never forget 2020.
Yesterday I went out for a fun run with a couple friends before work. We got it in our heads that we would write out a message on Strava. Here’s our finished product. I think we did pretty good but now the challenge is to see what else we can write during our run 🙂 Just in case abstract running art isn’t your thing, it says Let It Snow!
This morning we got everybody up earlier than teenagers like and trekked out to find our Christmas tree. It is a gorgeous bluebird day in Summit County. We have had a warm start to winter and there is only a couple inches of snow on the ground. We hiked for about an hour and found the perfect 2020 tree.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas around here. Happy to wrap up this weird year with some holiday spirit and lots of wine.
Like everything this year, Halloween was a very different holiday. The kids at school were able to wear their costumes but there were no parties or parades around the building. Our own kids did not go to parties with their friends or trick or treat. We passed out candy to a few brave kids in self serve cups, sitting 6 feet back. It was weird, just like everything else this year, but we are making the best of it! Alice dressed up as Scott and entertained us with her dad impression. Happy Halloween peeps!
Last weekend we had a long weekend off of school so we hopped on a plane and headed to the much colder and snowier Montana. Man, we were glad we had our puffies and hats. It was so amazing to see Sam after two months apart and enjoy a bit of family time. Only one month to go until he is home for winter break.