Today was Michelle’s birthday and we had a rather busy day of it! Michelle has lost her voice after the little sick spell…that cannot be much fun, but she still had a good day!
Michelle’s friend, Jacob, came over and we went out this afternoon, stopping first at a Chinese buffet in Geneva. My, oh my, I ate too much! I usually don’t overeat at buffets, but I kind of ate a bit too much today! I sat across the table from Michelle, so I kept annoying her by taking pictures. I was hoping to get just one good one. She got tired of me and the camera, though….
Ummm…the photo above was taken before we left, obviously! I got the pretty Argyle sweater she’s wearing for her for her birthday.
After we ate, we headed on over to the outlet mall in Waterloo. We walked and walked and walked some more! Michelle had said she wanted a pair of fashion boots to wear under slacks, so we looked for those. As we passed by the Clarks/Bostonian store, I told her she might try looking there. She was reluctant, thinking it looked too “upscale”.
Lo and behold, the store had boots just like she wanted. The problem was, they didn’t have her size. She was a little disappointed, but one of the girls there told her they can order them directly and they will be shipped to the house. How cool is that? No extra charge for shipping, either. Michelle was pretty happy. I also found a really cute little purse there for a great price.
We looked around a little more, then decided to start for home. Mark wanted to see the Sabres/Ottawa Senators game, so we wanted to get home before too late. We stopped at Wegman’s along the way and I picked up a Friendly’s Reeses Peanut Butter Cake for Michelle’s birthday. WOW! What a cake that is!
We got home a bit late, but watched the game as the kids watched a movie in the basement. All in all, Michelle had a good day, but we can tell she isn’t 100%, as she looked pretty worn out by the time she went to bed.
So, on this day, I am so thankful for our Michelle. She has accomplished a great deal in her nineteen years and we a proud of her! She is a blessing in so many, many ways.
I am also thankful for the Sabres win over Ottawa! This game was a real nail biter. The game ended in a 2:2 tie, so we went itno overtime. No one scored in overtime, so it was time for a shootout. The first two Senators got the puck in, as did the first two Sabres. Then there were three Senators who failed to drive the puck in….same with the Sabres. Another Senator. Then, the Sabres’ Derek Roy……INTO the NET!!! Sabres win 3:2!