Once a week I pack up the kids and we go to my grandparents for the day. I took pictures of the kids right before we left the house because they just looked so cute. Here they are all ready to head out the door.
My grandparents still have a Rubik's Cube! My sister Heather and I once decided the only way to win was to peel the stickers off and move them. It didn't work so well and you can see where we tried.
And, finally, I had to have ice cream yesterday because some of my friends were discussing their favorite flavors. Jack's favorite is peanut butter and jelly. (I cheated and used a picture from last weekend for Jack because the place we went to yesterday did not have his favorite flavor.) Cassie, sadly, cannot have ice cream yet, but she really wanted this milkshake!
Food Network magazine claims to have a recipe for Perfect French Toast. While I agree that it is really good french toast, I thought it could use cinnamon. Have you ever heard of french toast without cinnamon???
Jack obviously loved it. He ate his and then begged for some of mine.
Pete had mentioned that the downtown organization in Bloomsburg was putting new bricks in front of the courthouse. Like with anything he tells me about the goings on in Bloomsburg, I half listened. The other day he said got a tip that the wrong type of brick was used, and that supposedly the names on the bricks would be worn off before long. That turned out not to be true.
But, Saturday, when he said he wanted to go take a look at the bricks during an annual street fair called the Renaissance Jamboree, I assumed it had something to do with the story. So I waited nearby.
Before long he was back and told me he wanted to show me something. I walked over to the courtyard and saw a brick engraved with our names.
I had no idea. And, if he weren't already, now he is most definitely stuck with me forever...