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Free Dinner

March 21st, 2018 at 01:14 pm

Got a free dinner last night when I sat with the boys. Papa John's, yummy!

GS1 has chosen to go to a different school next year. It is bigger and closer, so he can walk there. He's currently at a magnet school; the new one is a traditional middle school. It has a better orchestra and better sports. I hope this is the right decision; he won't be with any of his friends, and I think it might be more of a jolt than he expects.

They are all going away for spring break starting on Friday evening, so I'm going to be on cat duty for the following week.

After I voted yesterday, I walked to Walgreen's and bought a bottle of fine wine for $5. Smile Unfortunately, my candidate for governor did not win the primary, but I didn't expect that he would.

I'm having dinner tonight with the librarians group at a Mexican restaurant. It is a local place that is fast-casual and has very good food. I'm really looking forward to it.

Other than the dinner out, I'm not expecting to spend anything today. Hoping I will get around to making the granola, which I haven't done yet. I did, however, make some really good refrigerator soup yesterday. It was the balsamic onions that made it so good. I'll have another serving of that today. I also made carrot-cake pancakes for breakfast, and there was enough batter left to have more today. Yum!

4 Responses to “Free Dinner”

  1. Rose. Says:

    Enjoy your dinner!

  2. rob62521 Says:

    Enjoy your dinner with the librarians. I'm glad you could go.

  3. LuckyRobin Says:

    I think if your grandson is participating in both orchestra and sports he will find it easier to make friends, as there are kids he will be with daily who are into the same things as he is. Is he starting at 6th grade? Usually that is the easiest time as kids are pooling in from all over and most kids may not even be in a class with people they know other than music. I know I only had 3 people from my elementary school in my 6th grade core classes and I only knew one of them. Fortunately orchestra was there for me to make friends quickly in.

  4. CB in the City Says:

    He is starting 6th grade and there will be a lot of kids starting anew from other schools. I do think he will do fine, but he may be surprised that there is more of an adjustment than he expects. He's never been a new kid before. I was, several times, when I was a kid and it was not easy.

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