What is your idea of like a completely perfect Saturday?
Benjamin and I went to see Star Trek ... and then came home and played tennis. So awesome. So completely and utterly wonderful.
(Oh, and the movie was too. Ben wasn't sure he wanted to come but had a spring in his step on his way out of the cinema.)
Seriously ... what is your idea of a completely perfect Saturday? I would like to know.
The day had a little extra glow with this morning's conversation with William. I take it most parents eventually have the conversation about hot dogs with their kids? The why-are-they-called-hot-dogs talk? I find myself wondering how often the conversation goes like this:
"Emily, why do they call them 'hot dogs'?"
"Well, I don't really know."
"I think they should just call them 'dogs'."
I was kept busy today. In the unscheduled way. And that is just the way I like it!
The last couple of weekends were really busy, in the scheduled kind of way. This is something I also tend to like, but not as much.
Except for the upcoming voyage to Minnesota: this is one scheduled event that doesn't faze me by its being scheduled. Leaving on the twenty-fifth to see the Fiends (see http://fabulouslorraine.com)!!
William is watching a movie on the other side of the room. Ever since the paintings were rearranged, so that the smaller one is parallel to the television and the larger one above the sofa, I cannot see the film reflected in the glass. I keep glancing up out of sheer habit.
The smell of popcorn fills the house as Jack and William watch their film. I have to tell you ... things have been so wonderful since my ex-father left the house.