Coatrack, our large tuxedo colored cat is still very new to us. We’ve had him for a year and I don’t remember him ever going in the car except when we brought him home and maybe a followup vet trip. So I brought him with Corvin and I for a quick out and back trip. He was very curious at first as most cats are.
The silly guy climbed all around, even ending up on the dash!
His eagerness quickly wore off and he was generally unsettled. When I brought him back in the house, he was much happier!
Corvin had another concert. He is second from the right standing up in the back.
And if you would rather listen to it…
Corvin joined track this year and had his first meet. Danelle snapped a few photos of the action.
People watching between events keeps things interesting. There was one mother that was the complete definition of being self absorbed! Two different times, she walked across the track causing a runner to have to slow down not to hit her. I’m not sure she noticed either time. Then later, she walked right in front of the kids performing the softball throw. Danelle and I wished a kid had hit her so she would start paying attention. Drove us crazy for sure!
Spring is here, and we needed to get out of the house. I had a few checks to take to the bank, so I brought the whole family along. Its a little over a mile walk to the bank. The kids were not completely into the walk, but I found ways to entertain them.
And how did I entertain them? With a phone booth… Not that they really knew what it was.
I needed to get out of the house and Danelle needed some peace and quiet for her school work. So I packed up the kids and drove to Castlewood State Park. There, I wanted to hike a trail that overlooks the Meramec river. We did hike it for a short time, but the kids and flooding river didn’t let it happen quite the way I wanted.
The lower trail was impassable and the kids didn’t want to hike much more, so it was a short out and back. Lucky for Danelle, its a bit of a drive, giving her a 3 hour reprieve from all of us!