Monday, June 13, 2011

When Hubs and Big Guy Are Out of Town

Mom and Little Guy might just go on a "date" and have some fun.

We might just take a cooking class at our local library and learn how to make homemade pico de gallo and guacamole from a local professional chef.

 We might just go to Barnes and Noble to walk around looking at books.     While looking at a game book on miniature golf (seen below), I might just happen to make the innocent comment, "This book doesn't have any balls."  to which my nine year old burst into hysterical laughter.

I might just turn forty shades of red and start walking quickly out of that section of books.   And while we are walking we might have passed a book written by Jennifer Weiner which only escalates hysterical from not only Little Guy but now myself.

At this point, we may or may not have been asked to leave from Barnes and Noble.     But NOT before we bought a crazy game (more on that later!).

With our stomach yelling, Little Guy suggested Little Tokyo for supper.   Yummy!     Some Mississippi roll, Dynamite roll, teriyaki salmon and we were stuffed.

We decided to go grab FroYo from Sweet Tree Yogurt.     Little Guy wanted to submit a pic to their photography contest they are running right now.     You create a yogurt creation, take a photo and then submit it.    

While there the weather decided to go INSANE!    We made a run for the van and Tanner prayed out loud while I drove.    No "just might" to that part!     When we got home our front porch furniture was all over our yard.   That wind was scary strong!

Now that we are safely home, we may or may not be screaming at the top of our lungs in frustration over this crazy game Little Guy bought today called Perplexus.

You remember those little games we used to get in birthday party favor bags?

Yea, well, ha!   Ha! Ha! Ha!   Perplexus is one of those on steroids and psychotic drugs!   This thing will drive you crazy, but you can't put it down because you want to beat it so bad.     At this point, Little Guy and I may or may not be fighting over this crazy perplexing puzzle madness!

I can say that is just what we MIGHT do while Hubs and Big Guy are out of town!!


The Japanese Redneck said...

Sakura Bana and Little Toyko are the BEST! None of the others can compare to them.

Sounds like a fun day.

I didn't know that the library offered cooking classes. How neat.

Allison said...

HAHAHA! I love this! You are such a fun Mom - I love how you and your husband take time out with your boys like this. It makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside and makes me look forward to my upcoming mommy/daughter date with mini-me!