Lauren spends the day with us.
Apr 7, 2014
|With plenty of time before we needed to meet our daughter, Jennifer, and grandkid, Lauren, we enjoyed our morning coffee.
I then went outdoors to reduce the water pressure, which was quite high.
I was unable to find our water pressure regulator, so I began taking the two bicycles off the bike rack. A bit of a problem resulted from the pedal of one bike being between the spokes on a wheel of the other bike.
By the time I got the bikes off, I glanced at my watch and realized that we were about 15 minutes late.
I yelled at Marilyn to come on and we called Jennifer to let her know we were on the way.
She was already at our waiting place so she decided to meet us half way between.
We managed to get Lauren transferred to our car in time for Jen to get back to work on time, but the whole deat was definitely my fault this morning.
We stopped at Walmart on the way back to town and filled the car with supplies needed for our “Grandparent” time here.
In our rush we had not remembered to bring our shopping list so we checked it after we arrived back home. Alas, we discovered that we had forgotten several items, so I returned to the store and now we are very well stocked up on goodies and things the little ones like to eat.
Back at the RV I put down and outdoor carpet, installed the water pressure regulator and put out some “Mouse Deterrents” at the easy entrance points on the RV.
Both bikes are now under the overhang on the fifth wheel, and slowly but surely, things are coming together.
I suppose we’ll have things just the way we want them by the time we need to get ready for our move to Colorado.
Lauren & Marilyn teamed up to beat me in a game of Battleship today and then it was time for Lauren to take her nap.
Normally she likes to lay on a soft pad in front of the fireplace but today she headed off to nap in our bed.
After school was out for the day, Jennifer brought Colby to visit for awhile and pick up Lauren.
Sure was a joy having her here with us today.
Tomorrow we’ll take her to school, then wait to take her home.
Life is Good!