Day 54: Figure Skating in Barcelona

We love Barcelona. It is a vibrant and vivacious city. So much happens here, and yet so little.

For example, we have been asleep for fewer hours in this city than in any other...and yet we have so little material that is publishable. Interpret that how you will.

And yet despite all the late-night hours, we also had time to find a very beautiful figure skating outfit and dress up Claire as our very own figure skater.

That's right, you guessed it, Claire now does freelance figure skating.





See how she progresses? It's been a big year for Claire. She retroactively won the 1994 Junior Nationals Championships. Let's all be very proud...

10 comments:

Jonathan said...

Oooh, I got everything except the bananas.

Jonathan said...

Wait are they flowers??

r_y_a_n said...

wow

Claire and Lara said...

flowers. dead on lipps.

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Amalia said...

i'm scared to post now. it's like a comment cemetary...

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Peter said...

Nice pictures. I also visited Barcelona and really liked this wonderful city. Most of all I liked Gaudi's masterpieces. They are really great and awesome beauty. They are visit card of Barcelona and whole Spain. From many hotels in Barcelona I chose one, about 5 minutes walk from the Ramblas. I fell in love with Barcelona and its beautiful architecture, there is so much to see and could have stayed for longer, however, you can get to see a lot in a day as it is not that big and is easy to get around.

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