The next day we started out at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower center.
We got to play with V. more, as well as R. and C.
Nan and I are planning on going to the Houston Quilt Show together. I never got to do something like that with my grandmother, so I really hope it works out that I'm able to go. It will be so much fun to take classes (though I think her quilting taste runs more traditional piecing, and mine runs more to art quilting and free motion quilting, but honestly, I'm willing to take any classes.)
I really have no idea what we did after that until it was time to go over to my parents house. We joined them that evening for dinner. Having had ate enough to feed a small country over the course of the vacation, we suggested a small meal in, rather than a big dinner out. We had spaghetti and salads and then had a game night. We played Quiddler and Trivial Pursuit. Despite playing against my mother and Kevin (both trivia whizzes) I managed to win both games. I think everyone had fun. One lesson was learned though: if Jessica is not the pink game piece, she gets very confused! I kept moving other people's pieces.