Mother’s Day at the Michaels’
Hope all moms and moms-to-be had a great Mother's day. Did you take Mom out to brunch? Dinner? I cooked Lynn, my wife and mother of my three wonderful children breakfast. Maybe better said, warmed up breakfast. I made cinnamon rolls from a tube, heat and serve sausage and brewed her a flavored coffee. She liked it!
We let breakfast digest while Vikki took a nap. Yes, a nap for Vikki at 9am because she woke up at 4:30. Lynn got up to get her, I didn't wake up in time. I was supposed to watch the kids while Lynn slept in. Absolute fail. We, Lynn, Vikki and I caught some movie DVD promotional TV show and Channel 8's morning news at 5am. Long morning, up at 4:35am.
So while Vikki slept, Lynn and I tried to take a nap as well while watching a movie on Netflix, We caught 'Good Deeds' featuring Tyler Perry, it was excellent. It's like 'Pursuit of Happyness' maybe? I highly recommend it. Needless to say it kept our interest and neither of us fell asleep.
A quick bite for lunch then we're off to New Gloucester for our annual Mother's Day tradition, frozen custard at Hodgman's. Lynn gets the hot fudge sundae, I get a strawberry sundae, Dylan likes a cone and Justin has the hot fudge sundae like Mom. Vikki got a sampler size of vanilla in a cone. Yummy goodness I tell you.
Lynn's sister, Stacy came with us to New Gloucester and also hung out for awhile. We chit, we chat we discussed shoes for Vikki's dolls. I ended up Facebooking when the women checked out doll clothes online. Dinner, which I helped in making, was set for 5:30 pm. A Purdue roasted chicken in a bag, mashed potatoes and asparagus. That pretty much wrapped up the day. Now it's 2-0, Leafs in the Bruins-Toronto game. Looks like there will be a game 7, go Boston!