My dad and Maria went back to Arizona today and left me with tons of warm fuzzies. (in part thanks to the warm and fuzzy down jackets they gave to Art and I)
We were both nervous to see each other, but I didn’t puke or freak out when they drove up. Even though they did go to the wrong house at first.
I wore pants with zippers for 3 days straight. That is cause for celebration right there.
We ate too much. Maybe that isn’t fair, I ate too much, I could hibernate like a bear in my pants without zippers right now.
We saw seals. Turns out, they don’t have those in Arizona. Who knew?
We went to Moonstone Beach, where they have cool rocks instead of sand. Not to be confused with the ugly rocks that I have in my front yard. Now I have a jar of Daddy Rocks.
We saw cool seagulls with peanuts in their mouth. Do they have those in AZ? I am thinking not.
We went outlet shopping, but I didn’t take any pictures there. You know what an outlet looks like right?
We walked here. We saw lots of happy California cows. We visited the glassblowers in the tiny town of Harmony, population 18. How do I know that? Because they had t-shirts, shot glasses and a bunch of other crap telling us.
Most importantly, we reconnected and they got to met Art and Murphy Grace. They wanted to bring Murphy home with them, but never said anything about bringing Art with them. Hmm, don’t tell him that, his feelings might be hurt.
My daddy, me, and my step mommie, Maria. She will kill me for saying that, but she can’t because she is now in AZ.
I also learned that they read my blog because they stressed that I am more important than the dog several times. Opps, now I have to watch what I say. Must not mention strangling their dog again. She was cute, by the way.
A grand time was had by all, I hope and I can’t thank them enough for making the trip. I am just happy and grateful all the way around.
Merry Christmas everybody and just in case my mom reads my blog too……for Christmas, I really want a lampworking torch and a kiln so that I can make my own beads.
This post brought to you by a very happy girl that got to see her daddy for Christmas.