SS had a blast looking at the animals and running amok through the zoo. She missed on petting/torturing the animals, because they were taking a break. We then walked to the park next door to tire SS out. We were hoping she'd nap during the drive. It was sad saying goodbye to Auntie C, but we know we will see her soon.
A mere five miles from home, P's smart a$$ mouth got him in trouble. SS was pulling on the power cord of the DVD player. I told her to stop, and before I was able to say that I would turn the player off, P cut me off. He said, "SS, do you need a time out by the side of the road?" SS started crying, I mean really crying, hurt type of crying. I was too busy laughing and left P high and dry. He had to fix his own mess. I don't think he will be joking like that again.
We arrived home safe but also beat. It was only 7:00 p.m. and we considered going to bed. SS was the only impediment to an early bedtime. We had a really nice three day weekend, and SS met a lot of people who patiently waited for her.
She freaked out when I sat her on the fake horse. But the tractor has a steering wheel, just like a car.
If SS had the ability to stand still, it would have made a good pic to have her standing in front of a tree.
What's with the scowl? She was told for the hundredth time to stay away from the mud. Oh yeah, she's got a 'tude.