I'm grateful for the help these big kids give so willingly. I'll miss them when school starts in less than a month.
This was a nice moment. The kids spotted this rainbow. Couldn't find any gold, but settled for playing in the sprinklers.
Then we needed to pick up some supplies for dinner. So why the picture of this Smith's? I told the boys we used to take them there when it was just the two of them, when we visited Aunt Judy and Kayla in Logan. Back in the Day. I'm sure the yellow footed pajamas were involved. Why do I get so nostalgic about grocery stores? Don't even get me started on "why did they have to change the name of Food Lion."
After shopping, Courtney took us on a tour of downtown Logan, up to the University, and past her favorite historic homes. Then we went back to their house for dinner and Milo.
Milo is the most social cat I've ever met. You might even call him "psycho-social." He tried to paw his way into the room I was sleeping in at two in the morning when I was up working on some blog. I didn't want him in the room because he wanted to wake up William. I felt like I was in The Shining. ...But back to dinner time.