Well, we got the boy back. It is really nice having the family back together again. He was away from us for more than I like. But he’s back now. Leif is loving having his brother back. When we were picked up from the airport, Leif just laughed and cackled at Gavin in the back seat all the way to Wal Mart. What good kids.
Gavin is a very smart boy. He is very observant and picks up on things very quickly. For instance, while staying with granny, he picked up on her frequent comment to the cats on how they were so cute she can’t stand it. After hearing her announcing this many a time, he decided to try it out himself. He very lovingly told his granny, “Granny, I can’t stand being with you.”
I’ve decided that for my 30th birthday, I want to have a party at Gordon Biersch. It’s my favorite restaurant ever and I’ve had my birthdays there almost every year for the past 6 or so years. I appreciate it even more now that I make my own beer. I’ve called a few of my friends to let them know and hopefully I’ll have a head count at the end of the week.
While on Oahu, I made a very necessary stop at the beer store to pick up more beer ingredients. I’ve decided to make a German Marzén. Gordon Biersch Marzén is one of my all-time favorite beers. So I’ve decided to give it a go. My previous cream ale is bottled, but not ready to drink for another 5 days or so, and already I’m itching to make my new batch. I think I’ll make it this weekend. That way, I’ll have some overlap and won’t have to go without beer again. For shame.
At the library, a women and her daughter went up to the desk to apply for library cards. Looking over the application, Holly chuckled under her breath at the lady’s last name; Yankovic. Haha. She has the same last name as Weird Al. Oh wait. Is that Weird looking at the DVD rack? OMG! It is. Whoa.
So that’s that.