So we went to the library and came home, all over wet, and then Eleanor napped for three hours and the weather cleared and she woke up and we had supper and made popcorn
and then walked down to the park, not our little park, the other park, and brought Geneva with us because Joel wasn't home yet
and set up our blanket, the one that's nylon on one side so the wet won't soak through, and then Joel stopped by on his way home from work and picked up the baby
I think I should be allowed to stay, actually
and the girls' FAVORITE STAFF MEMBER from the Discovery Museum was there, helping kids make, like, horned crowns or something
and lo she liveth in our neighborhood and is our new babysitter, and all of our other neighborhood friends were there, and we set up all of our blankets together and ate our snax and waited for the play to start.
And the play was great and good, all singing and puns and Greek gods and paper mâché lions, and the sun went behind some trees and we wrapped ourselves in a quilt my mom made
and then asked if we could take a picture beside the lion head
and then held hands and walked home in the dusk.