Dec 13, 2007

a day in the life of me: the second day

I have learned yet again how blessed I am to have my wife in my life. Last night I had to run to a meeting for our church and get approval by a local township for us to take up residence in their neck of the woods. This required a babysitter, which means normally my wife would have been there. Then after I put my son to bed I had to squeeze in a late night of work and still be cognitive enough to hear him when he woke up.

Today, though, I got smart and combined work errands with daddy/son investment.

During lunch we sat near a small coin-op circle thing.
I didn't plan it this way, but every time a kid got on
and their parents paid for it they invited
my son to hop on for free.
He didn't seem to mind.
I think this sunglasses pic is my favorite of the day.
I had four dollars in cash on me. Here is $2 for a pretzel.

And $1 for a merry-go-round ride.

And $1 for four minutes on some bouncy stuff.

We happened to be in the neighborhood of a new Chic-Fil-A.

So we chowed down on some delicious chicken.


My oldest son was in Seattle drinking a smoothie.
(He is my son, you know)

He's been enjoying some good time with his buds.

And apparently we'll have to have a little talk
about loyalty to the Chicago Bears when
he does come home.


Thurman8er said...

It bothers me a great deal that my son is coming of age during the era of the Red Sox. The brainwashing towards the Angels must take place on a regular basis.

Tony Myles said...

Ah... you mean the Cubs, White Sox, Bears, Bulls, and Blackhawks.

bigwhitehat said...

Don't sweat the seahawks thing. They go through stages. Eventually he will come around to being a Cowboys fan!