We kind of mailed it in on that weekend. Just a bit worn out from the previous work week, and not a lot going on around town to get us out and about. We did start strong with a nice little happy hour over at our hour on Friday. I fired up the smoker and threw on some ribs, and our friends Michael & Alaina came over and ate with us. Threw a few games of bags, listened to some fine music (of my choosing) and watched a few episodes of The Sopranos. Fine evening in my book.
Saturday we took Quinn to the local dog park for some exercise. Poor lil’ guy does get bored with our sedentary lifestyle I’m afraid. Unfortunately, the dog park wasn’t much of an outing for him, this time at least. It was a great park for what that was worth. Nice and clean, and plenty of room to run around. On the downside, there were no dogs for him to play with. He did seem pretty fascinated watching the nearby soccer game through the fence, but didn’t get much exercise in. We stuck it out for 45 minutes or so, then just went back home for the good ol’ standby of fetch in the back yard. Later that evening we went over to a friend’s house for his daughters 16th birthday party. I would say it was more of a party with our friends because his daughter was having a birthday, but she did stick it out with us old folk for 30 minutes or so. Hey, we had a good time of it and it was nice of her to provide us with an occasion.
Sunday, as is usually the case, we did a whole lot of nothing. Well, that goes for me anyway. Donette went over to the clubhouse and helped out with a big community event they were having. It sounded like fun, but more kid-oriented than I cared for, and I needed to kick back on the patio and watch my fantasy football suffer another humiliating defeat. They did have one attraction of note; A local food truck that I always see driving around. I wandered over and got a taco plate but didn’t stick around long after that.