I let them take the lead on Friday, choosing what we’d do and when.
It was fun to not be in charge for a change.
We had doughnuts for breakfast twice this weekend.
We played on the playground and made crafts and played outside.
We stayed up late twice, one night with a bonfire and the other with a living room campout.
And the moon was gorgeous both nights, and on Friday night we learned about Capella, which looks like one star but is really 4.
My brother cooked dinner, which is always delightful, and we celebrated my dad’s birthday.
We went to the pumpkin patch and the corn maze.
And rode on a hay ride and ate KeBa, the best sandwich I’ve ever eaten.
We worshiped at church and sang songs on the way home, even Marshall.
Some read books. Some napped. Some did both.
A tooth or two was wiggled and I got a new car.
Like a brand new one.
And now there’s no worry about weird car noises and a steering wheel that won’t always turn.
Oh, if I could live this weekend on rewind.
(But I’d need another nap!)