SEE don’t they look awesome!
5 minutes later, seriously.
After that he went to school and I cleaned the kitchen.
We met up at the Farmer’s market at noon. I’m not sure why but for some reason I thought it would be a good idea to take Leia (our huge standard poodle). Turns out if you go to the farmers market with 5 kids and a big dog, you become more of a spectacle than the farmer’s goods. I am serious we couldn’t look at anything or go anywhere in the first 5 minutes we were there because we were mobbed by this group of older ladies. Luckily I was in a good mood and very patiently (I thought) answered their questions.
“Yes they are boys”, “yes they are twins,” “Identical”, “ five of them” , “Yes just the one girl”, “no her hair isn’t very curly”, “She is a standard poodle”, “yes she does fit in nicely with our family with her curly hair”
Despite all that we were able to find some great stuff, I found some body scrub that smells delicious, Mr. Vargas bought some bread and onions and chives and chicken. The kids found the water fountain and even though it was a little rainy out they still played in the water.
After the Farmer’s Market we headed out to West Tulsa to get some more milk, unfortunately I had told the kids they would be able to see the cows, and the cows weren’t out, so they were sad about that, but it was a nice drive.
Look at that yummy cream on top!
We stopped at the Junkyard Dawg (a new hotdog shop) for lunch. Mr. Vargas is writing a review on his blog “The Happy Plate”, and that should be up in the next couple days, I’ll keep you posted.
We came home to rest for about an hour before we had to be at my cousin’s little girl’s birthday party at the little gym, it was a blast and the kids loved it.
Now everyone is cleaned, fed, and in bed asleep. And I am getting ready to enjoy some of my favorite B things. Blueray, Bar-b-que, and my Babe.
What did you do today?