It's amazing how fast time flies, even when you're not particularly having fun. It's hard to believe that
Well, the first part of spring break was pretty boring.
His secret plans weren't expensive or dramatic, but I felt loved when he took me to a beautiful park (I love walking in parks) and to two malls (he hates going to one, and he took me to two!). But before that, we found a street with my name. But I don’t think I want to live there even though living on a street bearing my noble name would be pretty cool, because it looked pretty sketchy. Too bad!
My favorite part of the day was going to
It was too heavy to pick up. ;) Good thing, because that was the slide.
Some perspective on the size of the wagon.
No, we didn't arrange the cement blocks. They are stuck that way.
The river. We took tons of pictures of the rapids. Tracy loves scenery and landscape pictures.
Then we went to the Riverfront Mall which, yep, was by the
We then went the next mall, which had a Kohl’s and JCPenny’s. I felt at home. We bought a Wii game called Chicken Shoot. It’s like Duck Hunt but with chickens and a Wii remote instead of a cool gun. It’s fun if you want to shoot things, but more than anything I just missed Duck Hunt.
We went out to dinner, which is now a rare occurrence. We lived it up and ate as much as we could, almost to the point of feeling as large as Buddha. We rubbed our bellies for luck to get home without falling asleep.
On Sunday, just like the Sunday before,