So it turns out that the chip, like the old blocks, is nearsighted. This brings the percentage of our household requiring vision correction up to 75% and the percentage of our household that is bespectacled to 50%. Here she is trying on her new frames before they go get prescription lenses.
It’s been quite some time since we updated this site, but we’re still here! Today we took a visit to the Kentucky Horse Park just north of Lexington. It was pretty great getting to see all of the retired champion race horses and the Sumerian war chariot in the International Museum of the Horse.
Today is Nora’s first day of second grade. If possible we were even more nervous and excited than we were on the first day of school last year!
We got our new Kentucky license plates today! First, though, we had to kill some time in a parking structure waiting for a nice man to come and glance at our odometer to verify we hadn’t fibbed about it. This is a significantly more strenuous test than we had to pass to become licensed drivers in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
I propose a new state motto: Kentucky, where getting a driver’s license is trivial, and it shows!