He wedged his behind between the ottoman and the couch and fell asleep!
Noise from the icemaker woke him up. I can read his expression, and it's "growl, or no growl...meh, no growl."
Another spot...apparently his motto for the weekend was "why lie on one ting when you can lie on two?"
Taking our cue from Paco, we had a pretty relaxed weekend, but I did manage to get to another Nordstrom and play with eye make up again. And imagine my surprise when Jeff wanted to go to Ikea - in all our years of marriage, this was the first time he ever suggested that! He was looking at desks and such; I, having no agenda, spent the least amount ever on a trip there, buying only some replacement hand towels for our bathroom (the old towels were getting a little worn) and a bamboo tablet stand, which I've wanted for a while now since I use my iPad for simpler knitting patterns:
This will also be nice to have in the kitchen, on the rare occasions where I'm following a recipe.
Oh, I almost forgot the funniest part of the weekend - when we were driving to Ikea, I looked out the window and did a double-take as I realized I was seeing Batman in the lane next to us:
Batman looks very serious about his driving...
OK, it was actually Batdan, but still. Random, and so fun.
Knitting update: I set my sweater aside for a bit to start another pair of socks - what can I say, I wanted to make something with
Pattern is Featherstone, which is a freebie on Ravelry.
I've already turned the heel - it's all gravy from here!
So part of being a mom is appreciating seeing your babies grow into responsible adults, but since my kadults don't live nearby, I don't get to see them adulting often enough...so when I do, well, I have to document it:
"Really, Mom??" Yes, really.
Here's a better picture:
My daughter, on Mother's Day.
Jeff threw out his back when he was loading the car to go home, plus he was getting a cold, so when we finally arrived at our house, he got out a heating pad for his back, laid on the floor, and passed out. I took this picture and showed it to him later; he had no idea Kip was laying on him:
Kip: I missed you while you were gone!
Have a great weekend!