Our plan was to go with Arielle and Benny to the park. We would then take Dad to Freddies, and I would work on fulfilling Michael's wishes to "fill the freezer." This will help with energy efficiency. We have emptied the chest freezer into the new one and still have ample room.
We headed to the park. This is a fun park with lots of shade. Stacia and I diligently looked to find some hidden rocks - alas - nothing.
Benny discovered a squirrel.
|He is a bit unsure of the SOUND it makes.|
"YayYa!" He seemed to think if she was with him they'd be able to get close.
Benny and G.G. came to an understanding. G.G. said, "Oh, my hat," and took Benny's hat.
"No! My hat, not G.G.'s," he emphatically replied!
Stacia got a call asking her to babysit. We decided she'd play a bit longer and I'd deliver her after we left the park. I love Benny's expression in this photo. Such trust to do it anyway - if his hand is in Stacia's. That'll preach.
In the end it's a bit too much of a challenge. He'll save it for another day.
Dad and I dropped Stacia off and headed for Freddies. They are having a GREAT meat sale....Buy one Get one on steaks, ribs, and pork loins, fresh Chicken at 1.29 a pound, ground turkey cheaper than hamburger. I stocked up. They were out of steaks.
I came home for a couple of hours and then headed for the church. Lindsey, our sweet Pastor's wife, has been out of town. I met to help her set up for an upcoming baby shower. Stacia walked to the church after baby-sitting.
Stacia and I stopped at Freddies again as they were expecting a delivery of steaks. We stocked up on steaks. The freezer is respectably full.
Dinner was grilled steak, accompanied by one lone pizza.
We played a few rounds of Farkle, rather than watch a movie. There will be plenty of watching movies and such in the winter.