Sunday, December 12, 2010

Imperial March

I just added some more words to my 'Words I Can Say' page. My favorite of the new words is Trash. After declaring something trash (with pretty good accuracy) I take it over to the trash can and make a deposit. However, our trash can has a garbage side and a recycling side and I need to do a better job recognizing what goes where. Still, it's pretty fun.

My last posts were about Thanksgiving so we'll pic up with the 26th. We were all trying to get over tryptophan hangovers so the morning was pretty chill. Despite pretty mild weather for most of the week, Thanksgiving and the day after were COLD. Since it was 23 degrees out I was pretty happy to snuggle under a blanky and read The Twilight Ride of the Pink Fairy.

Around 1:00 we decided to brave the cold and go get some lunch... at RED ROBIN, YUM!
As you can see in the map above, RR is right next door to Jack Stack and sometimes I think we go to RR just so we can sample the smells wafting from next door. But on this day M&D called a last second audible, deciding bottomless steak fries weren't the answer (wait, that doesn't sound right.) We ended up eating at First Watch 95th & Metcalf which was of course delicious. But on our way home, we drove by JS just for good measure.
The three of us had a lot of fun at brunch (which I guess is when you eat breakfast even though it's time for lunch) and I even got Mom to play the silverware band trumpet. AWESOME! Dad was able to record the performance and it's pretty impressive. All of those music classes growing up definitely paid off. Take a listen below.
You may think that's an odd song choice for the middle of a bright sunny day but it makes more sense when you see that I'm wearing an awesome new shirt.

For Dinner, we met the Thanksgiving night crowd at a nearly local restaurant (just three highways away) called Sutera's.
I didn't get to sit next to cousin Ella during dinner but when we got done eating, Great Aunt Nancy brought her over so we could chat. I kept telling GAN, "Avery hold" because I wanted to hold Ella but GAN and Dad decided I better not. Whatever.

I didn't get to hold CE but Aunt Darcy did (where's the fable) and I took the opportunity to teach her some things.
Don't let your parents try to tell you this is a Sippy Cup - it's pronounced Ba-Ba
These are called 'socks' and they cover your 'toes'
This is how you clean the table

After dinner, M&D decided to go play with some of the out of town guests so Grandma & Grandpa Davenport volunteered to take care of me. (Thanks G&G D!)
And in case you're wondering, yes I'm playing a silverware band trumpet...

Remember, you can't take it with you, but you can lick it so no one else can take it when you're gone.

Until Later,

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