Darned Near Perfect
Today was basically, in my world, a darned near perfect day.
I worked last night and came home, fell into bed, and slept for a few hours.
Then it was time to pick up the girls. Hunter's son T had a baseball game after school, so we went to watch him play. My son came too - which I just loved. He doesn't know H's son that well and it just warmed this Mama's heart for him to come to his baseball game. Hunter's son's girlfriend was there too, along with her mother, and we all hung out. It was a blast. Oh AND the team won. Bonus!
Afterwards, we all went out for dinner and Hunter's mom met us there. My son Tim got to the restaurant before we did so when we got there, he was sitting chatting with Hunter's mom, just the two of them. So funny. Hunter and I LOVED that. Over dinner, Tim and Hunter's son bonded over making fun of me. Thanks, guys! And Shelbie and T's girlfriend talked more than they ever have before. It's such a great group of kids! I love teenagers....and my little pre-teen too, of course. (and holy crap I just realized my son won't be a teenager any more as of next month! Yikes!)
Dinner was a blast too, and delicious. Latin food....YUM!
Tomorrow will be fun too - T has another game. This one is out of town. H and I are going, and taking Shelbie and T's girlfriend with us. Poor Hunter will be totally outnumbered! Ha!
Speaking of Hunter.
I could write a whole blog about the stuff Hunter says. Today we were buying plants from Walmart. We got caladium bulbs, one of my very favorites. H says, "What kind of plants are they again? Chlamydia?"
Um, no, babe. BIG difference. And just now about something on TV - "UGH. That is GROTESQUE." I heart him.
I made these Cookies & Cream Cookies this week. HIGHLY recommend. I took some to work and everyone who tried them LOVED them.
We'll be planting trees and plants this weekend (LOTS of chlamydia). AND...I'm getting CHICKENS!! It's been many years since I've had chickens and I've wanted some more for so long. I can't wait to finally get some!
We're also on a mission to take out some of the hogs that keep coming up in our yard. Nasty, destructive critters - but delicious!
Hope y'all have a great weekend!