Some of it is because I'm busy, but a lot of it is because I tend to post things that have a theme or a point. But most of life is pointless. Not really. But seemingly. There are so many random things that happen that are funny, aggravating, and just, well, life.
So enter Randomness posts. At some predetermined interval (I refuse to commit to a specific time period), I will post little things that have happened, probably accompanied by mediocre pictures taken on my phone. (I rarely have the big camera handy.) The grandparents will love it. Everyone else? Who knows? If you prefer posts with meaning, feel free to skip over the Randomness posts and wait for something better to come along.
With that introduction, Randomness #1:
We went to Enchanted Rock.
This was supposed to be my Mother's Day, but life intervened, and this got pushed to July. We went early to beat the heat.
Nathan, Evan, and Carsten RAN up to the top. The rest of us resolutely followed along behind. I learned something from our trip last year and put Austin in the FRONT pack on the way up and switched him to the back on the way down. (I'm still rocking the Ergo with 2 1/2 year old Austin. It is by far the best baby accessory ever made, and if I had to pick just two new parent products, I'd say the Ergo and the Boppy. All else, including the crib, is really optional.) It made balancing on the steep climb sooo much easier. And the view is certainly worth the climb!
Notice the tipped cake carrier on the top shelf. And the black bar stools used in the commission of the crime. I was planning on sneaking that piece myself. Oh well. Food doesn't last long in our house.
I went for a ride with these folks.
My dad, Mark, and my brother, Sam. They (and the 30 hilly miles) nearly killed me. It was the most fun I've had in ages.
Bluetooth can make you look crazy.
We were in the grocery store, and all of a sudden, Evan whispered, "Mom, who is that lady talking to?"
"I guess she's on the phone."
"But I don't see any phone. Or cord. Or anything."
And he was right. There she was, in the middle of the aisle, gesticulating with her hands and talking in a normal tone of voice- to nobody. "The problem is, it's 16 by 30. That's just not a standard size. I'm really not sure what to do..."
Then Evan just dissolved into a complete laughing fit. "Maybe she's crazy!"
Maybe she is.
Austin found his dream car.
We were on our way into the pool when Austin saw this. He LOVES Spiderman right now.
He said, "This is my car!"
Then he walked around and pointed back toward our van, "I don't like that car now. I like this car."
Until next time!