We took a family pic in the museum’s weird upside-down mirror (see all six of us in there?). The girls thought it was hilarious to do cartwheels and handstands while we all watched – it looked like they were hanging from the ceiling:
Of course we couldn’t let a San Francisco visit go by without some Ghirardelli. Mint-chip hot-fudge sundae for me, which surprises not one single person who knows me. I’ve been ordering the exact same thing for over forty years now. Maybe next year I’ll branch out. Heh, yeah right!
Later in the week we showed Ma and Pa what teppanyaki dining is all about – a fancy dinner just isn’t complete without a flaming onion volcano, right?:
Ma helped the girls with their first sewing-machine projects – simple, swirly velvetty capes that only required one line of stitching. Big success:
Now that Ro and Ree know how to make these, I’m guessing there are many more capes in our future.
Thanks for a fun visit Ma and Pa, we’ll see you again real soon.
PS: Ree is in the purple pants and purple cape, Ro is in the pink skirt and then the green cape.