In other words, we've had the perfect Father's Day weekend.
Since residency orientation starts this week, we've tried to slow down on the home renovations this weekend, so that we could enjoy some quality time together.
Yesterday, we went back to the fossil beds to see how the tadpoles were doing (and to look for more fossils).
We found both fossils and frogs.
Our plans for Father's Day were to go up to the lake, do some swimming and boating.
We woke up to pouring rain.
But as the rain turned into a drizzle around noon, we decided to head out anyways.
We are so glad that we did. The clouds rolled away, and we enjoyed the beach under a beautiful blue sky and hot sun.
When everyone was sufficiently waterlogged and then stuffed with watermelon, hummus, (and, um, soda) we went for a long pedal boat ride.
The lake is so beautiful. The day was so nice. It was such a wonderful day together.
Now, if anyone is still hunger, I do plan on making hamburgers this evening. Or just telling people that there is a lot of left-over watermelon.
I would also like to tell Keith how lucky we are that he is our dad. Roman and Blaise are so blessed to have someone for a father who is truly invested in them, loves them fiercely, and wants every good thing for them.
Thank you, Keith, for giving the title "Dad" so much meaning. We love you.
(And you'll notice there are pictures in this post. Which means I (actually Keith) found my card reader. Which means very soon there will be pictures of our remodel posted here. Hang tight!)