The biggest boy wore an Iron Man mask. Clayton was Percy Jackson. Jack was a ninja. Andrew was Wolverine. Next year I might get creative with our costumes, but I doubt it.
Andrew loves a costume, so he had a costume change for the game. Is that not the cutest tiger you've ever seen?!?
On the Thursday before Halloween a precious man at church met me (and about 3 others) in the church kitchen to teach us how to make his famous "Love Cookies". I now know why they are called "Love Cookies". They have 3 sticks of butter and a cup and a half of shortening per recipe. The love actually melts in your mouth. They don't come any sweeter than Mr. Bill.
Andrew wants this for Christmas. I did not buy it at Kroger. Is that stating the obvious?!?
On Mondays Andrew and his cousin are out of school. His mama runs a very successful/busy photography business, but on occasion we have time to meet up with the guys. We chose to meet at the mall. Since living here for almost a year I think this is my third time to visit this mall. Before I lived here I came to this mall frequently. It's funny to me that I now live less than 10 minutes from the mall, but I come here less often.
Any who...they rode the train, jumped on the trampoline, rode the carousel, ate at Chick Fil A, played in the play area and rode the escalator. Good times. I love their sweet friendship.
In other news...the dog, Dash...
I took him to Pet Smart to get a bath since it was cold outside. Jack informed me that Dash smelled like "stinky cheese". When Jack notices a smell it is time to act. Andrew and I took him to the pet store and Dash about had a come apart when we left him. When I went to pick him up he rode home like this in my lap. It was a difficult drive home. (I was not driving when I snapped this.) Literally, he was in my lap. He stayed on our heels the rest of the night. I guess these are the problems of a dog that's rescued.
here for recipe.) I don't know if the boys will like it or not, but I feel certain I will. It's going to be a great morning.