That's my update.
Dinner? What's that?
Last night I made Mac and Ella a tuna fish sandwich and Rohan and Brynja had grilled cheese. And they all had apples.
I feel pretty good about that. Dustin was out of town, so I didn't need to cook for him and I can't remember if I ate anything or not. I think I had a late lunch (of sorts) and so I must not have been very hungry. Either that or I have amnesia.
I took my kids to our local Halloween store and we spent over an hour there just walking around looking at stuff and putting masks on. It was free and they were highly entertained. They thought I was the coolest mom ever.
And two other points of interest that Facebook knows but my blog does not...
Back in May I went platinum blonde. And in September I went to Europe. Here are a few pictures to cover both items:
Swedish Sauna. It's tiny and that's why my fingers are like that. (it is an inside joke between us and this Finnish friend of ours named Patrik why that is funny.) Skansen Open Air Museum; Stockholm, Sweden.
This was an authentic Viking Rune stone, still it's original environment in the forest where it was discovered. We had to hike to get to it. It has a picture of a Longboat and the runes written there say something to the effect of, "In memory of the good son." This is near a small town (can't remember the name...) in Finland about 30 or 40 minutes north of Vaasa.
On the shore of the Baltic Sea. That island you can see in the distance was our destination in this picture. I was waiting for Patrik to pick us up in his boat and we rode to his summer house (cabin) on the island. The island's name translated to "Thor's Island". Awesome.
Standing on the porch of Patrik's summer home, with the Baltic Sea behind us. Beautiful.
Stockholm, Sweden. This city was a surprise around every corner. This was inside a courtyard surrounded by buildings. The courtyard was invisible from the street until you come upon this tiny opening in the wall of the building and then, surprise! This awesome courtyard. I think it was some kind of hotel behind me. And to my left (your right) was this little green space like a park. Grass and trees. And this was all hidden, tucked away in this courtyard. It was so cool.
Perhaps someday I'll post more about our trip. I'd like to. It was amazing. But for now, I'm happy to get this much up.
And see how I'm blonde now? Yep. That's been fun too.