1/4 cup honey
4-6 oz. corn meal
Combine together peanut butter and honey. Add the corn meal until it reaches the desired consistency.
I got the peanut butter and honey from a grocery store in Lewisburg, and the corn meal was imported from Sunflower, my favorite market in Albuquerque. I miss that city and the people…that’s a whole different post though.
Following the play-doh party, we had a romantic picnic on the play room floor.
After we fueled up we headed outside for a little shoveling and a little fun.
Then it was back inside for popcorn and a movie!
After our viewing of Free Willy (I’m not kidding. He loved it!), my mom, who is an antique dealer, wanted to use Rowan as a model. She acquired an old Eton Boarding School uniform, from about 1915. We bribed Rowan with Pez and a new truck to wear the uniform and let us take pictures so she can sell it on Ebay.
Yeah, it was as adorable as it looks.
It was a nearly perfect day, and to counteract that perfectness, Rowan dumped a can of wet cat food into my boot, put it on, and walked around the living room. He then took it off, walked around with cat food stuck to his sock, and then told me about the whole thing.