I am very late with this post, but feel the need to tell you about every field trip we take. I don’t know why.
A few days after Uncle Rick left us, we met up with our pastors wife and her little girl to go to Krispy Kream and then to the Fernbank Museum to watch an IMAX film.
My friend Branndan was supposed to go with us, but she got sick the night before, so we took Tucker and let her rest for the day. It was a beautiful day, and we all had a good time.
I wish I could attach a smell to this post for ya! It smelled divine.
The bummer was, that even though we went specifically at the time the Krispy Krispy “>Kream said to be there for a field trip to see regular Krispy Kream doughnuts come off the machines – those cream (or kream) filled doughnuts up there were just coming off the “press” when we got there and then they stopped production to clean the machine.
Yea… I know… crazy eh?
We made an appointment to be there at 9:30 a.m. for the field trip “tour”, and we were supposed to get a doughnut hot off the machine! The “tour” was a window to look through and the doughnut didn’t just get made – nor was it hot.
But you know what? The boys didn’t know all wasn’t as it should be! They were happy to be there – and were more than happy to eat a free doughnut – hot or not! So all was good.
And of course, who can have a doughnut without coffee? I don’t know either. So I got them all a small coffee (with lots of cream) and they got to pick out another doughnut! Yea… I know. But it’s a field trip for Pete’s sake!
And just look at these babies. We can just call it “Celebrating Fall!” Eh?
Maybe we can celebrate all the seasons like this! Yum!
After this, we drove to the Fernbank Museum, in downtown Atlanta, to see an IMAX movie about the ocean.
This too turned out to be a bit disappointing to me (way too short for how much I paid), but the boys (and girl) enjoyed it and all in all it was a good day!