|Yes, it is unseasonably warm, even for Denver, this month.|
|And we are so enjoying the weather (I want to use the word "disfrutarse", but it's one of those words that doesn't translate properly into English)|
|Q spent this morning exploring the miniature xeriscaped plants in the rooftop garden at our local contemporary art museum.|
|Since it (inexplicably) rained last night, her shoes got very wet on the way in, meaning that we had to dry them in the sun during our visit to the museum.|
They were only partially dry by the time we were ready to go home.