Snacks and Things…(ellipses)

I got up this morning and made ham, egg, and cheese sandwiches for everyone. The eggs froze in the refrigerator again, but a few minutes in a still-warm oven thawed them out just fine. The sandwiches were good, but afterward I thought a slice of tomato and maybe some green onions in the eggs would have lifted it up just a little bit.

Summer took Eaddie to the store while I did my Animal Crossing chores. Then I went home to clean up. I ended up spending most of my time working on the aquariums because some of my plants died out of nowhere. Other plants seem to be thriving, so I don’t know what caused the others to die off, but they just seemed to melt from the stem moving upward. I cleaned out the dead stuff and replanted what I could, but I’ll have to figure out the root cause eventually.

I made it back up to Summer’s just in time for a big salad dinner. Summer tossed together the spinach and spring mix together with some feta, strawberries, and walnuts. Then she grilled some chicken she had marinated, and it turned out delicious.

After everyone ate, Summer and I went to Travis’s to meet him, John, and Melissa for some snacks and a game night. We tried playing some lie detector game that seemed to basically be an electronic Magic 8-Ball. Then we spent some time playing a game called Things… using our own rules of judging submissions. It was pretty fun, but going back and reading the written rules, I can see how it would be a very different game.

When we got back to the house, the kids brought the bunny out and said it wasn’t walking straight and just kept laying there. I poked at it a little bit, but couldn’t really tell what was going on, and they all just kept chattering on without giving much useful information. I just told them to leave it alone for the evening and let it rest, and after an hour or so, Autumn said it seemed to be better in its box. Hopefully it was just worn out from being handled all day.

My Uncle Harold’s petting zoo for special needs animals.

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