More or less. Paige has been having a blast at VBS this week. The first night she came home so hyped up on sugar and wasn't listening at all. We had issues with brushing teeth and going potty. Paige was told one more chance, if she was like that on Monday night, she wouldn't go back again. Problem solved, Paige was much better the other nights. Ronnie and I have watched a couple of movies from Netflix that were gathering dust.
This morning Paige and I were going over her schedule for the rest of the week. Today was water day at daycare, then karate this afternoon, and finally VBS tonight. Tomorrow she has a field trip to a bowling alley, then the final night of VBS. Friday is ice cream day at daycare then she goes to Grammy's house for the weekend. She's really looking forward to that. She's especially excited about working in Granny's store. Paige asked me this morning if she would be the boss. I laughed and told her Granny is the boss. That actually disappointed Paige. She was looking forward to being the boss and telling everyone what to do. I didn't want to tell her that as a great grandchild she can get her way more than she realizes. I'm not about to tell her that. She has to figure it out for herself like the rest of us did.
Ronnie and I are trying to decide what to do for our anniversary. It's a big one for us, number six. Both of us were married before, and both of us divorced just after five years. We're definitely celebrating making it to six. We have decided on small gifts for each other. Ronnie's is back ordered, but he said he's willing to wait. This is what I'm getting him. It's perfect. As much as I plan everything else, our celebration is still up in the air. We haven't decided if we're going out or staying in.