I had some heirloom tomatoes and some of our fresh home grown basil on mine; Rich added some pepperoni to his. Yum, yum.
Rich worked all day and into the night last night for the Ounalashka Corporation's annual meeting and banquet. Aidan and I went to the library, to the park, and out to dinner with Judi, as well as getting some things done around the house and the never-ending learning programs on the computer. I am happy to say that Aidan is not resisting them as much any more and seems to actually think most of them are fun. He is doing well and making progress so he gets reinforcement for improving, and of course, that makes the whole thing more enjoyable. I have also relented somewhat and have let him use TV time as a reward. That and dessert seem to be the biggest motivators. :)
He loves playing outside our house and has gotten totally muddy the past two days, necessitating a bath before he could even think about sitting down to eat dinner. I laughingly told Rich that I guess I am just not used to little boys. I think they do have something different in their genes. Aidan jumped right into a deep puddle yesterday (on purpose), soaked one sock and shoe, and went happily on his way. I can't imagine walking around in a wet, cold sock for hours. He said, "oh, it will dry." LOL
We leave for Jersey a week from tomorrow. Can't wait to see everyone!