I had such a wonderful Sunday with my daughter, Melody! It has been a long while since I've had a weekend that actually felt kind of normal. While we both slept in later than normal, we got out at around mid-day and hit a few bookstores. Melody had a few gift cards to Barnes & Noble that were burning a hole in her pocket, so we spent over an hour browsing through the store. While she had an agenda, I was having fun just perusing the shelves.
After checking out, we went to the Double T Diner on US 40 in Ellicott City. Melody had a piece of chocolate cake that I swear was bigger than her face, and I had some bread pudding and coffee. I'm not a huge coffee drinker, but there's something about diner coffee that makes me nostalgic for being out on the open road, traveling across this great country we live in. God bless America.
We decided to make another stop at our favorite bookstore, Daedalus, just off of Snowden River Parkway in Columbia. We found a few more books before deciding to head for home. We witnessed a beautiful sunset along the way.
God gives us such a wonderful life, and I'm so thankful for his blessings!
Tomorrow it's back to normal in many ways. Have a great evening, everyone!