WanYing enthusiastically embraced the experience, especially the churro and pizza consumption, although she wasn't as on-board as one might have hoped with the going-to-sleep-because-you-are-hysterically-exhausted part.
We had such fun hanging out with the Thomases (visiting from far too far away). The kids took full advantage of Rainy's drive-in amenities and watched the whole movie from the top bunk. Truly the best seat in the house (parking lot?)
Steve really upped the ante on the Rainy drive-in experience. Not only does she have a new fridge that kept our Fat Boys frozen until just the right moment (Steve's Christmas present from my parents) and new canvas on her upper bunk (Steve's Christmas present from my dad's new van because he no longer needed the canvas he ordered for his old van), but the audiophillic experience went up a notch this time with a new bass tube. No, the irony of a powered subwoofer in an 87 VW Vanagon does not escape me.
- Why is my husband at a pawn shop?
- "Been eying" implies repeated trips to the pawn shop.
- Wait a minute - my husband watches the children... that means my children are shopping with my husband at the pawn shop!