Tony and I had a bunch of free things left over from our monopoly game at McDonalds. We decided to cash them in and have a lunch date. The plan: he gets the food, I bring the kids, we meet at the park and enjoy this gorgeous weather. When I got to the park it was closed for a few days. The odds. So, Tony said let's just go home. I kinda grumbled about that and he said, Okay lead me to this other park you know of. Turns out, it wasn't a park at all... rather, a school playground at the top of a hill and the school is hiding in back. That's what I get for keeping my eyes mostly on the road the last time I drove by and "discovered a new park".
The food was getting cold and Tony's lunch break hour was diminishing. So, we pulled over to a half built, secluded home development and picnicked in the back of the Jeep. Everything went wrong at first with our "grand plans" but I think the unexpected in life is better. It was a lunch date gone right.
Anyway, and of course you know, once you promise something to a three year old you have to come through so later when T got home from work we went to the park anyways. Oh, the everyday usual things in life. They are great.