We had quite the full day yesterday.
Susanne had arranged with Vincent's school, where he had been going to the holiday program, for Zoe to attend on Friday as well (if she wanted to). We'd been telling Zoe about it since Wednesday, and she'd been saying she didn't want to go, but I wanted her to actually see what she was declining before we made a final decision.
We tagged along on Friday morning when Susanne was dropping of Vincent. Once Zoe realised that it was just like her Kindergarten, and that the teachers seemed nice, she became more receptive to the idea, but in the end still couldn't quite bring herself to stay.
I borrowed Henner's monster pickup truck and Zoe and went to Barton Creek Square to do some clothes shopping. It was good timing, because there were heaps of sales on. I was glad that I had Zoe with me, because that way I could choose outfits for her that she actually liked.
It was the first time I've driven on the other side of the road for over a year, and in a monster pickup truck to boot. It was quite the experience.
We got back just before Susanne was going to head back to pick Vincent up, and Zoe really wanted to pick up Vincent, so Zoe went with Susanne and I popped out to a nearby mall to get something for myself and some lunch at VERTS Kebap, which is apparently a bit of a thing.
We played around in the pool in the afternoon, and then went out for dinner at The County Line, where we caught up with our old next-door neighbours, Neal and Eva and Graydon and their new addition, Wiley. Much meat was eaten.
After dinner, Henner, Vincent, Zoe and I went in to Austin to view the bats that roost under South Congress Bridge. We sat in the park under the bridge and waited for the right time for them to all fly out. There was a lady doing the rounds answering questions, and Zoe gave her a really good grilling.
We got back quite late from viewing the bats, and put the kids straight to bed.