I finally sat down for about 30 minutes last night and worked on my Boyfriend Socks. Yay for that. I am on the home stretch on them, so I’ll hope to finish them soon. I’ve been knitting on my Hermione hat a little as well. That is the hat that never ends for me even though I do like working on it.
Yesterday morning we went to Golden.
What a beautiful town with a river that runs through it. We almost lost David right there. He was about ready to go home, get the Jeep, a fishing rod and disappear into the mountains.
This was as close as he would get to trout today though:
We walked around the town and along the river for awhile and then went looking for some lunch. We checked several deli type places looking for the elusive peanut butter and jelly sandwich for Davey. Finally – success, and it was at a great local deli. David and I loved it. Unfortunately, I should have known that a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for Davey is a lot more than bread, peanut butter and jelly. I had a feeling we were in trouble as soon as I saw him pull out the thick italian hoagie type roll. Then he put peanut butter on the sandwich and did not spread it out evenly and thinly. Finally, he used strawberry jam, and he glooped a huge glop onto it. This was not white bread with peanut butter and grape jelly evenly applied followed by cutting the sandwich into small even squares. Here’s what Davey ate: (chips)
After lunch, we walked around some more. Davey found a rock area which he called his playground. He had a great time there.
It’s about time to head out. It’s beautiful weather today so we will hopefully spend the afternoon outside. Maybe we will take the dogs with us. Davey loves to talk to them as we walk. “Good Grief Guys! For Cryin’ Out Loud!” (as they drag me around.) I don’t know where he got it, but he says “For Cryin’ Out Loud” in the most nasally voice. If you hold your nose and say it then you will have it exactly as he says it.
Have a great Labor Day!
Looks like you all survived the move! What a beautiful town. I can smell the mountain air.