Okay, so we over ate every day, but I just felt like it was more so on the last day. I don't know, maybe I am wrong. We started our day at a place called The Red Squirrel. That's what we call a tip off, a red flag, sirens wailing in the night like a fire engine headed towards a building that has no fire.*
I don't even remember what I ate at this point. I think it was a burger and fries, which started out well enough, but by the end my stomach was screaming, "no beuno!" I think some other people will agree. The thing I do remember is the rudeness and daftness of the waitress. You can't forget things like that, they stand out like your middle school bully. She was speaking loudly, only a few feet away, about how she had wanted to go home early, but I guess with our arrival her hopes and dreams were dashed.
This is a personal favorite as well.
After we recovered from lunch we headed to Kentucky to hit the gap outlet. We left some of the kids at Cassie's and brought the others with us. I bought a $10 pair of jeans and I haven't noticed what the defect is yet. Gavinn and Danton were beat on the way home...I think Gavinn's face showed it the most.
I got up bright and early the next day and headed back to Virginia. I don't drive well at night and I wanted to drive while well rested. The trip back was mostly uneventful. I just plugged in Maggie (my GPS BFF) and headed out. It was the Beltway that got us not being too happy with each other. At one point Maggie told me to take an exit, and I took it, but then she told me to stay to the left, which I did...which put me back on the beltway. Okay...I'll let that one go, I don't know what you've been smoking Maggie, but I'll let it go. Immediately after she does the same thing. Now I was perturbed. After she brought me right back to the beltway I yelled at her, then she tried it again. I continued to scold her and refused to listen to her. I told her not to talk to me until she was ready to take me off of the beltway for good! I was frustrating, of all places to do that, the capital beltway on any day is not a good idea. I am happy to report though that Maggie and I are getting along well.
Well, that sums up my Ohio trip, only took me a month to get it out there.