After church, we went to a place called Friendly's - similar to Denny's - with our friends for lunch. We had a good time there. As all eight of us walked out, I caught Mom's attention and quickly suggested, "Ask them about a picture - and if we can put it and their names on the blog!" Her face lit up and she said, "Oh - yeah! Let's get a picture for our blog - is it okay with you two if we put it on the blog? 'Cause, you know, some people -" She was cut off by a chorus of 'yesses', 'that's fine's', and 'over here's'. She managed to ask, "Nicole did you bring your camera?" I replied somewhat disappointedly, "Nope." My dad held up his camera phone, and Mom eagerly snatched it up, while directing us over in front of the 'Great Ice Cream!' sign. "I'll take the picture," Dad told her. "You look a whole lot better than I do!" We laughed and Mom protested, but it didn't take but a few seconds for her to hand it over and come next to us. "Say, 'that ice cream was really good'!" Dad said, and we repeated it after him. "Say, 'maybe that ice cream wasn't so good'!" Noah burst out laughing, and Dad snapped the picture, which is now on my mom's blog. Technology's wonderful, ain't it? :) BTW, that ice cream really was good.
The Chocolate Factory was fun, too. Not to be ungrateful or anything, but actually, it was a little bit of a letdown. There wasn't much there - and what was there was mostly for little kids. In my opinion, the tour at the U.S. Mint was better - not because it was money, just because it was more interesting. I think browsing in the gift shop was actually my favorite at the Chocolate Factory, even though I don't really enjoy shopping. Oh, and we didn't go to Hershey Park because it would have cost about $75 for us kids to go - Nathan, me, Noah, Nicholas, and, of course, Dad. Hey, he's a kid at heart. :)
Well, my mom is telling me I need to wrap it up - wow! It's already noon! This day has flown. I woke up at about 8 AM, rested for a while, did my quiet time outside with two jackets on (it was quieter out there - and I saw a bunny rabbit! It was so cute!), ate breakfast, did my chore, and here I am! Wow. If you've been in our RV, picture this: I'm sitting on the couch next to Dad, who is 'looking at juicers' on his phone, Noah is up on the bunk reading, and Mom's in the back on the bed with her computer, Nathan, and Nicholas. :) Nathan is totally psyched about his new bike! Nicholas is going to get his old one, because his bike got ruined when the bumper on the Tow Dolly wheel flew up and bent his bike. So it all works out.
Sorry if I bored you... I like to talk/type, can you tell? :) God bless y'all!