Ah, Sundays are best with Tommy! We woke up at 10:30 am and we both agreed: we sleep best when together. I normally don’t sleep that late (unless I am sick), but I felt so comfortable. I was also tired from Saturday and I guess I needed the rest!
We ate breakfast and then officially started our day at 12:30 pm. We went skating. I’m still getting balancing down, but I can move with one foot on the board. I’m still working on getting both feet on. I’ll get there eventually. As we were skating, Concert Under the Stars were getting ready for later that night. We had a free concert!
Pop-Pop is memorialized at the Township Building since he was a Vietnam War Air Force Vet. As we were waiting for Lyft to the mall, Tommy was skating near his flag. I pointed it out and told him about Pop-Pop. I had to take photos of him skating near Pop-Pop. I think Tommy looks similar to a young Pop-Pop.
When we got to the mall, we had lunch and then explored the Lego store. Tommy saw a few displays he loved. I loved the roller coaster tower.
We decided to build mini-figures.
Tommy found a camera piece and handed it to me. I decided to build us.
Tommy loved what I created and he decided to create his own rendition of us as a Lego couple. He made me a gothic viking.
We decided to buy ourselves as a couple.
After my shopping spree at Talbots, we went back to my house and had dinner. Mom made hamburgers, hot dogs, clams, corn, and cucumber salad. We had a feast; Tommy and I sat outside and enjoyed. After dinner, he rode the bike he is fixing down the hill. He loves the hill in my neighbourhood.
He left at 6:30. We hugged and kissed; we didn’t want to let go. He starts his new job tomorrow and I’m not sure if weekends will be free for him anymore. No plans this coming weekend, so I’m glad we had this past weekend.