and right next to the rockets are...
strangely enough, Texas Longhorns. Not sure why, but there they were.
And we went to the circus, which was actually pretty lame...I think it has been toned down due to law suits? or insurance costs? I wonder if the tigers were even real. Maybe they were just men dressed up as tigers? The kids were asking if this "was it?" and regretting their pleadings of the last week. But we fixed that with some cotton candy and popcorn. Soon, they were all having fun watching the dogs jump over the fences.
(I know, hard to see, but next to the woman in yellow is a line of dogs. They jumped over fences for a LONG time. At least we had cotton candy.)
I also discovered that my apartment complex has a "package room." Apparently, I had packages, and no one told me of their arrival! When I finally found them, it was like Christmas. Two packages from Arkansas (very, very, very sweet and kind, thank you!)
Today we went to the Schlitterbahn water park in Galveston (my mom stayed home with Andrew). I don't have any pictures, because it is hard to carry a camera around a water park! It was a nice weekend. Almost forgot the disgusting, painful elephant in the closet.
But the denial ends tomorrow as he gets a double whammy of radiation followed by chemo. Ah the carefree life of a two year old. It is almost harder now, because he has been so happy and has probably felt back to normal for the last few days. My psyche can hardly handle it. Please please please someone. Please come up with better cure for cancer. The current one sucks.