Clarissa call them adventures. Our budget is so tight that we don't get to enjoy too many adventures these days, But thanks to a hard working papa, and the overtime fairy smiling on us we have been able to enjoy a few outings lately and so tonight's post is about our weekend, and the cool fall weather has been perfect for it.
Our adventures lasted all weekend long, and I took so many pictures, I won't share them all with you because I wouldn't want to over share, which is something I am famous for on Facebook. Here is what our weekend looked like.
On Friday, Clarissa, papa, and me went to town, we went to the library, it was Clarissa's first trip to the library, but after watching an episode of Daniel Tiger's neighborhood where trolley took them to the library she played library with her dolls on the daily, so I thought it was important that she see a library first hand, and see exactly what it was all about. So, our trolley.. aka papa's car took us to the library in Aiken where we headed straight for the children's section. There was more there than just books. There were wooden puzzles, and computers, and other activities too, we have decided that we must go back on a day when they are doing storytelling. We just must. Here are a couple pictures of that adventure.
We left Longhorn Steakhouse in route to Odell weeks park, the plan was to play on the playground a while, and then walk the track once before leaving. It didn't work out quite to plan, just beyond the steakhouse a wreck had Whiskey road at a standstill in the direction we were going, and hubby impatient man that he is was getting frustrated with traffic, and overthinker, panic attack prone, person that I am, Over thunk it all, and so when we inched up to where the pumpkin selling was happening I asked him to stop in there which we did, Hannah following along in her own car, and they had so many varieties of pumpkins, and ornamental corn, and fall flowers, that it occupied our time for long enough to clean the wreck up and keep everyone calm and relaxed.