Softball is now over so we could go to Green Dragon on a Friday night. Nate's sister Sonya planned it.
We met at her house and hung out there afterwards.
It did not take long for Mom to get in line for her Oyster sandwich. She made happy gasping sounds while she ate it. Nate got breaded mushrooms that were excellent. Dad told the people at the sausage stand, "Don't spare the onions." It was loaded. Stuffed soft pretzels, fry pies, monkey bread, crab cake, fresh produce, smoothies, fresh squeezed lemon-aid, orange aid, and Lapp Valley Ice Cream. It is like the best food in Lancaster Co all in one spot. Ridiculous. Nate and Darren were trying on cowboy boots and hats. Olive was a dear and very well behaved.
Janie working so hard at the sausage stand.
I don't know too many people named Lydia in my generation but that girl on the top right, she is one that I know.
How about a case of avocado for $3?
Grandma spoils them.
The aunts also spoil them.