Who could ask for anything more?
Certainly not I.
Shaggy and Scoob have taken an extended leave from the rest of the gang (they lost Daphne, Fred, and Velma, and are ready for a break, anyway) and are staying with us for the usual (around here) five days.
We also got a visit from a few of the Foster's friends, and they told Trev that they were hungry, so he made this beautiful (all by himself and for the first time) peanutbutter and honey sandwich. I've never seen one so beautful, golden, and loaded. Mmmmm.
We caught a little tiny grasshopper today, we put it in the bugcatcher with bits of things we thought he might like - to sustain him til Daddy got home to verefy that it was, indeed, a tiny grasshopper. But Maddie liberated him.
Ah well. We don't begrudge him his freedom.
Dug for dinosaur bones.
Maddie requested a few trains be brought up from downstairs.This is Annabelle's usual post when she is waiting for Daddy to get home.
We all know just how she feels, of course.