This morning, Sue headed straight to Brooklyn to visit her mom in the hospital. Some new meds, and the family spending the day, the report is that Peggy is ding a little bit better. She may transfer to a hospital in Manhattan to be closer to her specialist.
I drop Kyle off at Stony Brook where he is scheduled to assistant referee three games. This is his last games of the season, and another nice day. Plenty of sunscreen.
I decide to run a quick 2 miles before heading home. A quick shower and then Luke and I go to Good Shepard for 1200 Mass..
Luke is hungry and says he wants chicken nuggets. He reads the package and notices they can be deep fired or baked. He asks if we can deep fry them. Yum...deep fried anything is better.
I start doing some laundry before going to pick up Kyle from the filed. He is hungry, so we stop at Taco Bell.
This day in history "On this day in 1752, Benjamin Franklin flies a kite during a thunderstorm and collects a charge in a Leyden jar when the kite is struck by lightning, enabling him to demonstrate the electrical nature of lightning. Franklin became interested in electricity in the mid-1740s, a time when much was still unknown on the topic, and spent almost a decade conducting electrical experiments. He coined a number of terms used today, including battery, conductor and electrician. He also invented the lightning rod, used to protect buildings and ships."
Rotisserie roast beef, salad and green beans for dinner.
After dinner we go for a ride thru Sans Suci. This time, Kyle comes with us. He is so funny going thru the tight trails for the first time. One spot his handlebars clip a tree. His narration as he rides is very humorous. We dare go thru the earthen dam trail to the spillway. He says ...I better not get poison ivy, as he brushes mosquitoes away from his head.
We survive and head back home. More laundry and then we settle down waiting for Sue to return from Brooklyn.
Photo of the day "All over the place"
P.S. Kyle is such a Baba......