After Kosh's nap 5:30 ish) we headed off to help a friend move, but she was no where to be found, and her phone wasn't working. So we hit Leatherby's for dinner, and took Kosh to the Arden Fair Mall play area.
So no helping, but lots of fun, relaxing and tasty food.
Sunday was church at which Kosh relatively nicely asked to put in the nursery early, so we actually got to pay attention for more of the service. Fun at fellowship time, and then off to the Little Sis's housewarming. They got an amazing house in Fairfield. I'm thrilled, because they're happy, and their closer. This means we can get Kosh and his cousin together more often (not to mention their parents). Also they have a pool, hot tub and swing set. What's not to love!
Kosh just about fell asleep on the way home so he was actually asleep at 8. So of course mom and dad stayed up rather than taking advantage of a chance to sleep, but the laundry got folded, and we got to mostly watch the Hugo award ceremony.
Monday was low key. We took a slow morning and headed into old town. Gold Rush days were fun, at least the bit we saw. Mainly the train museum, and horses. It was fun to run into BP, but our son has his priorities.
Thus ends relaxing weekends for a couple months.
September is 2 weekends of faire, a book release party, a weekend with the in-laws, and a weekend of gaming
October is 2 weekends of faire, and gear clean up
It'll all be fun, but I'm looking forward to slowing down in November.
In the world of weekdays I'm working along, lunch time exercise is working out. Kosh seems to be in process of moving from toddler to little boy. Life is good.