Rachel and Miriam are working on narratives about their DC trip, so I'll hold off on posting any more pictures of them for the moment. They have some super fun pictures from their day at the spy museum, for example. (I was about to say that they had some darling pictures from the spy museum but because they (Rachel, Michael and Miriam) are a trio of teenagers, I figured "fun" would be a much more "hip" thing to say than "darling," but the pictures are absolutely darling).
Anyway, on Saturday evening Diana texted me to say that the flight she and Michael had been supposed to take had been cancelled, so they were stuck in DC for an extra day and were now routed to fly through Atlanta rather than having a non-stop flight to Salt Lake (where Richard and Diana's other kids were during this trip; Richard, on the other hand, flew straight home to Washington (state)).
They would have a five-hour layover at ATL, so...
They showed up at our house around 10:00 on Sunday morning. We'd just finished watching sacrament meeting and I hadn't told Rachel or Miriam that they were coming, so the girls were pretty surprised (I had to tell the younger kids because they demanded to know why they had to get changed out of their pyjamas; the girls were watching sacrament meeting downstairs on their own because they're having a little quarantine period, just in case).
Here's a picture of everyone together (sans moi):
It was fun for the little ones to get to play with Michael. They showed him the backyard and even took him up the street to a friend's house to see the secret clubhouse they're building up there. Miriam made lemonade and we ate watermelon slices (which my kids were excited about because they "never" get to do that (I always cut the rind off and cube the pieces)).
Haha. It is darling lol. I am so glad we could spontaneously add this into our trip. I didn’t realize the girls had NO IDEA we were coming. That’s epicReplyDelete