Today, I did something daring. I watched Caley for 90 minutes while Amy went to the dentist. It wasn't so hard. At one point I strapped Miles to my chest and pushed the big kids in the joggy stroller.
So I had my dates mixed up, and the railroad museum isn't until next weekend. So Saturday we'll go up to Boulder and I'm going to get my Mother's Day lunch a day early. I've been dying to go to Uno's for Chicago deep dish pizza. It's supposed to be the best. This will be our first venture into restaurant eating with two kids, and hopefully it won't be the last.
Yesterday I walked 5 miles. It was tiring, but good. I should have worn sunscreen, I got a little burnt. So today I put it on when Elijah and I hung out in the backyard. It's almost time for me to set up his alligator pool, the weather is so hot. I want to buy a canopy for the backyard so I can have Miles out there in the shade. The back gets the sun until like 3 or 4, so that's a lot of sun.
Not much else going on. Probably going to do a walk to Southlands on Friday.
I'll close with a quote from The Fisher King.
Jack Lucas: It's important to think. It's what separates us from lentils.