Little did I know, when I gifted my leftover LARGE and tasty onion rings to a certain scoundrel son-of-mine that he would nibble the crusty ring, slide out the slimey strips of onion, and turn them into pets. With names. Meet George (on the left) and Washington (on the right).
some of the kids might not have been too appreciative when we arrived, but once inside, we ALL had fun and learned a few things about plumbing! (Everyone agreed they'd come back again and bring a friend)
It's located in WATERtown, Massachusetts. (how appropriate!)
A few years ago, I learned that there was an American Sanitary Plumbing Museum located almost in our backyard, in Worcester. I was not able to convince my family that it would be a great destination... and the museum closed their doors. (I was SAD!) Mr. Dub knew about my emotional state, and did what he could to find out what had happened to the collection.
This day, to me, represents the deep and abiding love Mr. Dub has for me.
Tonight Mr. Dub (who I lub) came home from work and got us all jazzed up about an outing we will take tomorrow. He lubs me so much that he planned this all on his own, and surprised me this morning in an email. It'll be like a pilgrimage to mecca for ME! I told him to keep it a surprise, and then, of course everyone was trying to guess where we'll go.
One of the girls said "the spa?" to which Morning Boy replied "who wants to go to a place where they put pickles on your eyes?"