We went to some fun in the woods thing for a musical event and we ended up just playing in the kids area. You all know I can’t resist a slide, so when I saw one, I had to slide down. Yes, even in my dress. Also, you can see that my son and I can’t take a nice picture.
Okay, so I only liked it for a little bit. I paid $20 to a guy at the office to join in on a bracket thing for March Madness. Bear picked my teams of course because I don’t know anything about college basketball. I lost. I am in 11th place. Kansas and Michigan was his final pick and neither made it. He also made mistakes like picking Texas A&M when he meant to pick Texas or vice versa… whatever, I lost.
We had dinner Sunday evening and he was sneaking in a sports game. Honestly I didn’t care because I was too busy snapchatting my face.
The moral of the story is, sports is fun when there’s is money on it. And even more fun if I win. Bear won $100 so I was happy. 🙂
Thanksgiving was spent in Kansas this year, unlike last.
I have no idea why but all I do is sleep when I arrive.
This time was special, it was Tyler’s first visit and he loved it. He was so excited from the second he was dropped off to me and all the way throughout the trip. At times, I had to tell him to calm down.
We spend the entire time with his family, eating, drinking, watching tv, cooking, shopping and going outdoor activities.
We took Tyler to the shooting range, The Plaza (my favorite) and the ice skating rink.
He had so much fun and when I asked him if he would move here, he said yes! Now if my husband could get me to move here. I was okay with it a few years ago but I’m not too sure now. I love my job and can’t imagine not working or having to leave my company.
Bear brought me a birthday cake all the way from Kansas! He picked it up at Dean and Deluca baked by 3 Women and an Oven!
24K Carrot Cake, so fitting me me!! It was the most delicious cake I’ve ever had in my whole entire life!!! If you’re ever in Kansas, be sure to stop by and try it!!!
Bear’s little brother came to visit from Kansas and we took him the Hollywood Blvd. after dinner at In N Out. We parked at the Highland and Hollywood garage and walked west past the Chinese Mann Theater. There wasn’t much to do so I suggested the wax museum. I’ve never been and have wanted to go so I thought it would be the perfect time. Living in LA, I never do the touristy stuff since I grew up here. But also, Bear has never and he’s been here for only five years.
I couldn’t believe how ridiculously expensive the entrance ticket was. I didn’t mind paying for it but the next visitor we have, we’re definitely not bringing them to Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum. When I walked up, there was a price list on the counter. Everything was $59.99 and up. I asked what the price sheet was because I was in shock and didn’t want to believe that it was THAT pricey to get in. She said, those were the prices with the tours, which we didn’t need. I asked for entry price and she replied, $29.99, plus tax, the three of us got into the museum for the low price of $90 something! 😛
Once we were in, I forgot about the price. The wax statues were so realistic and a bit disturbing. As if they were going to start moving and become the actual celebrity, in real form. Every wrinkle detail on their face and hands were so lifelike. Their gums to their teeth and eyeballs were representational to a real human! We really enjoyed ourselves at the museum and I recommend it to anyone that has not been, to at least visit it once before they die. It’s truly amazing how true to life these figurines can be!
I was hoping to eat in but we ended up ordering out.
And if Bear had coordinated, I would have brought my purse with my ID so we can both have a Bloody Mary, but he didn’t . He didn’t tell me that he was thinking about ordering a drink while we wait. So now I have to watch him drink because I’m a law abiding citizen.