Saturday, August 4, 2012

Bubbles & Chic Fil A

This is what we did after Chic fil a Day.  After two hours (including driving there) waiting to get our yummy chicken to support our first amendment freedom of speech.  No one should be penalized for voicing theirs.  Nor should anyone have words put in their mouths.  That part drives me nuts.  I had all these thoughts about it, but now they have left me for the moment.   I am very tired of people telling me who I hate or who someone else hates.  Guess what, I don't hate anyone and especially not gay people.   If you think that people who support traditional marriage are gay haters, you have missed the boat.  I took six kids, ten and under cause I felt so strongly about it supporting chic fil a.  Not many times do we get opportunities to do stuff like that, so I didn't want to pass it up.   Lets just say we had a lot to talk about in the car and on the ride home about all the protestors signs.  I felt part of the silent majority who awakens when the need arises.   The media is wrong people.  At least I bugged the crap out of my kids singing "My country Tis of Thee...." every few minutes. 

We ate dinner at 8 p.m.  Had friends over til 10 p.m. And had a big old bubble bath...jacuzzi jets help.  This was just from the Johnson & Johnson baby wash, the purple kind is my favorite.   Last time I will buy that, lots of lasts around here, including the last week of summer.

Today we went to Hurricane Harbor.

Yesterday we went to the Americana in Glendale (for the second day in a row actually, yes, me by myself with the kiddos, and even ran into Emily how fun).

Daily, we have been staying up til midnite to watch the Olympics (Luke too!)


Amber said...

That is an AWESOME bubble bath.

Amanda & Garlan McCoy said...

Love the pics and your thoughts on all the Chic fil a stuff. You're the best!