Hello, Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire here!
Our time together for Valentine’s was pretty nifty.
My Beloved does not care to receive cut flowers so I got her a few seeds.
She made me her signature eggs and gave me a teddy bear!
There were a few things that had to be done; I took my kids to school and hung a few bird feeders. One bird was so enjoying the grub that she let me get way too close before flying off.
After picking up some duck food, we tried going to Little London Market, an antique store, but it was closed. The El Paso County Jail and the Coroners office were not, so we stopped by for a visit. We were approached by two plainclothes officers and they were professional in telling us we overstayed our welcome. This is good news for a jail.
After 17 years, we tried to get hitched a second time, but to no avail.
Then It was off to another doctor’s appointment. My Beloved needs another AFO. The one she has can permanently damage her knee.
Keaton S. Flint, an associate at Hangar Clinic decided to be lazy, wait forever to see Isabel and then ordered a stock instead of a custom fit. I had to fight to get her a basic one in the first place.
Keaton, may you have an event-filled life.
All that medical stuff makes me hangry if you didn’t guess so we opted to have Valentine’s Day dinner a bit early at Texas Roadhouse.
I ordered chicken smothered in green chilli and my Beloved chose roadkill. (Yep, it’s an option)
So, afterward, we were quite full, but our day was not yet complete. We stopped at the Ark and looked for coffee cups, but there were none that were of Brothers Campfire caliber.
We then decided to try a neighborhood Dojo for self-defense lessons. They were closed as well. My techniques leave something to be desired.
Well, that was our Valentine’s Day adventure!