Sunday, July 25, 2004

Today, Landon sat out in the yard and drank his coffee, then decided that he wanted to go to the Oregon Gardens in Silverton. We went there at around 1pm, stopped at Roth's for sandwiches from the deli, then got grossed out watching the woman make them. She kept having to run to the cooler, run to the shelf, or run to the other counters to get stuff she was out of, and she never once changed her gloves, so I was a little grossed out by the whole process. We felt bad, since she worked so hard to make our sandwiches for us, so we took them, then put them in the dairy case in a moment of uncertainty. Then, we grabbed some drinks, and went to KFC, which was a big mistake, because their food is WAY too salty, and not very good, either. Anyway, once we got to the Oregon Garden, we realized we forgot the sunscreen, and as you can see from this picture, both Landon and I (especially me) are very fair-skinned individuals. We took a moment to sit in the shade at any chance we got, and hopefully, I was able to avoid a sunburn. We were there for about an hour and a half, then we left. On the way home, we stopped at Roth's (a different one) in Woodburn and picked up ingredients to make soft tacos. Landon said we could just use the burrito sized tortillas that we had at home, but I insisted we needed to get soft taco sized tortillas. Once I got home, I realized how silly this was of me, and wished that I didn't have two packages of tortillas now in my refrigerator. Oh, well. I'm sure we'll get through them somehow.

2 comments:

claudia said...

Karli,
Why the big push to find out if they have Down Syndrome. What would you do if you ever found out something like that was the case?
Mom

claudia said...

Karli,
For some reason there was no way to comment on todays blog---that is why it is on yesterdays. I also did not mean "you" push to find out, I mean the Doctors, etc. Shelly was saying she would just like to be prepared if that was the case.
MOM

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