Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Day and Knight



This is Stacy Day



This is Katy Knight

Stacy Day likes to stay up late into the night.


Katy Knight is at her best early in the day.


Stacy Day lives north of the point and Katy Knight lives south of the point.


So it may seem like we're as different as day and night. Maybe we are, but ... luckily for me, our lives still manage to overlap enough that I still get to see her lots.


Like the time she slept over to go bird watching with me and a group from the Bean. That was fun.

7 comments:

c jane said...

This was a very darling post. And I say darling as earnestly as I can type it.

Baxter's said...

Seeing her in that sleeping bag...I am thinking that you need to turn up the heat in your house. It looks WAY TOO cold in there.

kam said...

i loved this post too. ;) very much my style! ;) kfc...if i name my daughter brigthe how do i know you will really come through on paying for college? ;) i love and miss you. i am going to be in utah this summer for 2 whole weeks straight. want to hang?

soladventure said...

Six degrees of separation just got a LOT smaller! I'm Melanie, Lindy's big sister, who knew you when you were a young Bulldog trying to take down my mighty Tigers; who worked for 2 years for Doug Cox at The 'Bean' and LOVED teaching reptile shows and insect workshops to kids; who ADORED my Los Hermanos manager and snowboard buddy Stacey Day who apparently likes to sleep in the house in her sleeping bag as much as I do (although I put it ON the bed); whose father, Merrill, 'The Utah County Birdwatching Legend,' took ya'all birding (I think) that early morning of your blog. Crazy! Just saying 'hi!' and please pass this on to Stacey...

ktb said...

Melanie - you are correct on all accounts. Thanks for saying hi. I'll tell Stacy hi.

Dan said...

Holy Crap, was it like -20 degrees in your condo the night she slept over? She looks like she's at the klondike derby in that mummy bag.

bug girl said...

Talk about Six Degrees of Seperation, I too know Stacy (but I know you better). Weird (not referring to knowing you). What a small world.