September 7 2018:
Thomas and Camilla September 2018 Date Day – First stop: The Work! Fight! Give! -American Relief Posters of World War II exhibit at the Wilbur D. May Museum.
Thomas finds this time period very interesting and enjoys to get philosophical about wars and other major events in history. So, Thomas was pretty excited when I shared about this exhibit that Lillian had actually told me about just yesterday!!
Bonus!!! It was Open House today due to the Hot Air Balloon races so free admission. I was so happy and relieved to hear this that I nearly reached over the counter and hugged the gal who told me.
August 24 2018:
Thomas and I had a date day today at Nevada Beach. We ate our lunch underneath this tree and as we were packing up to leave I said, “I LOVE this tree!”
Thomas: “That was kind of fast. You just met.”
Me: “It was Love at first sight!”
July 12 2018:
Thomas and Camilla July 2018 Date Day
Icecycle Creamery for lunch. The veggie sandwich I had was soooo yum!!! Followed by 1/2 scoop Mexican Hot Chocolate and 1/2 scoop of Classic Vanilla. Perfect! Too hot for an outdoor part to our date. Maybe early evening we’ll go for a walk. Will see.
May 18 2018:
Thomas and Camilla May 2018 Date Day …..
First, Mexican for lunch with fried ice cream for dessert.
Next: Little Washoe Lake for playing in the sand, water, and huge driftwood. Part 1
April 28 2018:
Thomas and Camilla April 2018 Date Day ….
Annual fundraiser for the school Thomas attended for 1st-4th grade …. Kids on Big Rigs 2018.
This would be pure torture for me if I didn’t know it creates much joy and happiness for Thomas. It’s incredibly loud with sirens and horns blowing non-stop. Thomas doesn’t care for that part at all, he loves to ask questions and look at the vehicles and equipment. And, he did ask many, many great questions.
March 2 2018:
Thomas and Camilla February 2018 Date Day (a wee bit late). My phone got so cold that I lost all photos from our date except one!
The one of Thomas with his ice cream from Icecycle Creamery is the only photo that survived. That was our first stop.
Second stop was one of our favorite spots … Audrey Harris Park for Thomas to eat his ice cream with the amazing view. Then we walked the entire loop in the snow. We had it all to ourself, we were frozen, we had a beautiful time enjoying one another’s company, and I took lots of pictures. No matter. I’ve got one!
Then!!! For dinner. More birthday yummies for me plus a toast to the flights of Where Would You Fly.
I knew I was saving this one wine glass for something!! Wine glasses were made for vegan root beer floats!! Coconut Bliss Vanilla Ice Cream smothered with an amazing root beer. Served with a vegan burger topped with sautéed sweet onions, crimini mushrooms, hot & sweet jalapeños, kalamata olives, with a slather of vegan kale, cashew & basil pesto on two slices of Italian bread. I’m full!!