I learned two things:
1. Hipsters pay a lot of money for their food.
2. They make a great pumpkin latte.
This picture makes me laugh because Fred looks so tired. This is exactly how Jack looks in the morning. Exactly.
This is me enjoying my first Pumpkin Latte of the season. Oh me, it was tasty. It did not matter one bit that it was 92 degrees outside. With every little sip I felt the season of fall coming on!
I forgot to mention last week that Clayton made Honor Choir and Pop Choir at his school. He is really pumped about this. He has a great group of friends in this group.
We went to our first Bartlett High School football game Friday night. A good friend from church is the running back coach. We stood with the coach's father in law. While we were standing there Clayton said, "Mr Jack (the father in law), Mr. Kevin (the coach) is doing an exceptional job with the running backs this season." That boy and his words. He cracks me up.
Also, while we were standing there we were able to eat a little food. The culinary department of the high school serves food to city officials, school employees, etc. Since Mr. Jack is an Alderman he let us join him. I should mention that we had just eaten with Pawpaw, but you know my kiddos were in the line to eat. I helped Andrew with his plate and as we got to the end of the line I asked him if he'd like a brownie and he said, "Certainly!" Why did I even ask?!?
I have not been feeling that good this week. I thought this Peanut Butter Hot Fudge Sundae from Sonic might help. While my energy level did not increase, I certainly enjoyed the five minutes that I savored each bite of this treat. Delish.
I had the privilege of taking Dash to the vet on Friday. He only lost his mind twice. I count that a success.