Sunday, June 19, 2011

Odd Father's Day

This year the youth group at our church had a Father's Day cook out and classic car show as a fund raiser for their upcoming mission trip. Since we normally don't do anything specific on Father's Day, we decided to attend. Afterwards, since I had failed miserably at finding time to get Daniel gifts, although we had made some homemade ones, we ended up going to the mall.

The kids were very excited since we only go there a couple of times a year. First Daniel got to pick out some new used video games at the Game Stop. Then we had lunch in the food court. But, oddly enough, we ended up spending the rest of the afternoon looking at curtains and shopping in household goods areas to try and find what Daniel really really wanted for Father's Day... new pots and pans.

Yes, my husband is the main cook in our family. I have a few tried and true dishes that I can make, but Daniel enjoys the process much more than I do. Unfortunately, all the cookware we found that was large enough to make a meal for our family of 10 was also too expensive. Daniel's quest is not yet over.

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