I have been posting few photos and even fewer sentences to this blog.
I had a very nice Father’s Day. I was told on Saturday that I had to sleep in on Sunday, so I did as instructed. This gave the girls time to fix me a breakfast in bed (peanut butter and jelly toast, a sunny-side up fried egg, and chocolate soy milk mixed with La Croix sparkling water.)
They gave me clay sculptures they had fashioned, which were cute and which I may put on my desk at work.
I told them that what I wanted to do most was play board games, and let them pick which games. We ended up playing two games of Clue: The Great Museum Caper. I was the thief in the second game, and got caught before I even stole the second painting. Then we played Sorry!, which is not a game I hold in any esteem, but which involves such a barrage of character-building misfortune and eye-poking that I manage to feel somewhat engaged.
Then we met up with some other family members, including a couple other dads, for dessert. The late afternoon was spent chatting and swimming, then I did a little gardening at home.