It really was a weird random assortment of things for $5. I'm especially amused by the brush of crap sticker that is for the toilet brush.
Also, what arrived wasn't so much a bag as a box. But I'm not complaining. That just means they can fit more stuff in it, right?
Driving to Bay City and Midland is always a long drive, but worth it. Now that we don't get together as a large group any more (most of my cousins are 10+ years older than me with their own families established) it was nice to see a lot of people and catch up.
Ugh. this bridge I cross under every day on my way to work is just disturbing. In the bottom half of the photo you can see the sky through where the concrete has crumbled away.
The roads are just so terrible in this state and no one seems inclined to fund anything to fix them. They've been deteriorating slowly the whole time I've been driving, so almost 20 years.
Mouse Guard: Swords & Strongholds kickstarter I backed last year arrived today. And it's a beautiful looking box. I'm looking forward to opening it up and playing a few rounds with Chris.
Majora's Mask for the 3DS. I have the original for the N64 still, but I had such a good deal on it that I couldn't resist.
Honey I Shrunk The Kids and any generic heist movie.
When the movie was over I headed home and we handed off the little one so Chris could meet Adam and Comfort to enjoy the film.
Yesterday one of the wires in the pulley system for the garage door snapped. The door still goes up and down, but it puts too much strain on the rest of the system if you leave it alone.
So for now, since it's so hard to carve out enough time in the day to fix it during the week, Chris has been helping open and close it so I can leave for work every day.
Grandma Karath and uncle Scot came to visit and see little Quinn and to enjoy tasty food.
Scot played quite a bit with Quinn in the kitchen while the little guy ran around in his walker.