We lazed around today, resting after all the walking yesterday. Max finished up making the robot Grandmom gave him for his birthday.
We practiced our new verses today, and it’s going to take some time for Jack to really say them in time. He usually starts talking before the leader has stopped or he just says nothing at all. I’m starting us off with Ephesians 2:8-9 For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast.
I sent the boys out twice today to the playground. The second time I planned for them to come back in as I was walking out the door to go get Ted, but then I checked his flight and he was 25 minutes early! What the heck?! I hurriedly called the boys back in, showed Max what was for supper, and headed out to get Ted. I was right on time!
I could see from his face he was jetlagged, and at first he said he wanted to just go home. I asked if he would eat before going to bed, and then he decided to go with our first plan of going out to eat. When I got my hair cut the other day and then went shopping next door, the chick there suggested Yaya’s Cookbook and the Thai Basil Chicken. So we went there for that. We split the Thai Basil Pork Belly (stir-fried pork belly, bell peppers, basil, Thai basil, chili, onions, spicy basil sauce and jasmine rice; very good) and the Green Curry (coconut milk, Thai eggplant, fresh basil, bell peppers, bamboo, green beans, choice of protein and jasmine rice in spicy green curry sauce; awesome!!). Man, I wish the little jars of green curry sauce I find in grocery stores would give that flavor!
Those are hanging seats in the background on the left at the sushi bar. As cool as those seats look I think it would be annoying to try to have a conversation with a friend in them!
Next we went to the Apple store to see what I’ll be getting. We’re debating between a desktop and laptop. Such tough decisions! We headed home after that; Jack was sound asleep, but Ted got to say goodnight to Max.