Monday, August 9, 2010

The weekend and week ahead

We had a great weekend, Dave had Saturday off so we headed out early to run some errands. Our first stop was Dick's Sporting Goods so Dave could spend some of his birthday money, which he did an excellent job of doing. Then it was off to the Farmer's Market. However, this week we ventured farther west to the Dixie Lee Junction Farmer's Market. It's a smaller farmers market than the Market Square Farmers Market, but we did manage to purchase some fresh Tennessee peaches and squash. After the Farmers Market we made a trip to Target, which was brave of us considering it was Tennessee's tax free shopping weekend. Surprisingly the store wasn't too crowded, except for the school supplies section. I did have to grab a few school supplies for Dylan to take to daycare (crayons, watercolors, glue and kleenex) but I was able to grab those easily and meet up with Dylan and Dave.
We had a great lunch at Pimento Cafe. Dave had his usual, pimento cheese with turkey and I had a turkey Reuben, both really good sandwiches. Dylan had a grilled cheese and chips, I think he only had about two bites of the sandwich and then just ate chips. And drank milk, that kid loves his milk and juice (well, mostly water with a little juice). He would just drink beverages all day if we didn't limit them and have him eat.
The rest of our day was pretty low key, Dave also got a new pair of running shoes and we got take out from Famous Daves.

Our week is pretty busy though, Carolyn comes into town on Wednesday night, my mom, Judy, gets here on Thursday night and Dana and Paul come into town on Friday. We are celebrating Dylan's birthday on Saturday at the Cove at Concord Park. It's a great park on the lake and has a large playground, lots of trees and fun things to do. We went to a birthday party there a few months ago and Dylan had a great time. I am going to be making Dylan an Elmo cake for his birthday so wish me luck, hopefully the decorating will turn out ok!

What do you have planned for your week?

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