Kai seems to have settled in well at Monterey Bay, and we're doing O.K. too although I still very much have the urge to turn back the clock. I've told Russ that I think Kai is especially equipped for rolling with changes because he has so many "comfort" elements to his life that can travel with him anywhere, like sports, online gaming, and drawing. Russ and I have that too, I guess. We've always loved food adventures, and our kids have inherited that.
Our first night in Monterey, after we'd gotten Kai moved in, he said that he needed "meat." Maybe because he was worried that we were intending to find a vegetarian restaurant or something, but I humored him, and found an awesome German restaurant--Stammtisch. I've never had such good German food. The top photo is Kai's sampler plate, and the bottom one is my pork roast and red cabbage. Kai told me on the phone tonight that he's going back this week. We intend to soon, too.
We started Saturday morning with a run along the harbor and then Cannery Row.