A few weekends ago (before cold front #10), we decided to go to a park in our town, which is about 10 min. from our house. The weather was still great (as you can see from the bermudas). This is a nice place, but we don't go there often enough. The entrance costs .10 cents (dollar), 1 peso over here. There's a swimming pool for kids, "streets" for kids to ride their bikes, skates, or scooters with stop signs, red lights, and intersections. There's plenty of green areas to make a picnic, and there are ceramic and painting workshops for the children. Well, we packed our Volkswagen (yes, we have a red beetle, the old type) with tablecloths, books, scooter, and kids to enjoy our Sunday.
Here are the pictures:
Oldest son trying his hand at juggling.
A bit more difficult than he thought.
The face (or hair) of failure!!
Husband's sudoku book. It has about a million puzzles, and he doesn't do the next puzzle until he finishes the previous one!!!
Youngest son: Mom, I think dad is getting old.
Me: Why do you say that?
Youngest son: Because my dad's idea of having fun is solving sudoku puzzles!