What about you? Have you had an electrician come out before? It's expensive, but not as much as I thought. To me it's worth it. Electricians have one heck of a job to do. Their lives are at risk. They have to know what they are doing!
With no power and my husband having to be at home off and on to be with the electrician, meals have been challenging this week.
Daddy took the boys out once for lunch because the power was out for a few hours.
Then we went out to dinner one other time.
The boys got a free custard with their meal instead of a toy. What's the difference between custard and ice cream anyway? I honestly do not know. They were so happy because custard and ice cream is not a treat we give them on a regular basis.
Mica's manners were not what they should be. If he didn't turn them around his free custard would not have been give to him. I said, "Why are you being like this?" Mica said, "Because you told me to be like this when you were pregnant with me." I shook my head and said, "WHAT?" He said, "When you were pregnant with me you told me to have bad manners. I remember things really well Mom! Really!" Daddy and I both started laughing and I said, "I did not tell you that. Even if I did you would not remember anything from when I was pregnant with you. He smiled. Then he shaped up. He even used the words, "Please" and "Thank you" a few times.
When Isaak got his custard he kept saying, "This customer is sooooo good!" He said it a few times. Daddy looked at me, Mica looked at me and we all started cracking up. Isaak looked at all of us and innocently said, "What?" He really didn't know the difference between the words, "Custard" and "Customer". We're raising a cannibal for a son. He eats customers instead of custard.