Sunday, August 31, 2008

Saturday, Girls play

It has been such a lovely day with my daughter. Of course, she slept in our bed with me because she couldn't possibly let me sleep alone ;)
We got up and made pancakes....and yes, that is the American maple syrup that I cart back with me every summer and/or Christmas visit to the States....
We had our nails done....even in her cast she can still be girlie!
Then we spent our day watching her favorite Backyardigans movies, drawing, reading, walking the dog, and just generally being together. She never leaves my side; she just DOES NOT like to be alone. EVER.

So, then we got ready for our dinner out. We walked to one of our favorite restaurants and thoroughly enjoyed our dinner together. It was a little lonely without our boys! but, we laughed a lot and talked....
geez, she can't grow up too fast, PLEASE!

This is my favorite in this restaurant...it doesn't look real good in the photo, but it is so yummy....
spinach ravioli filled with an apple/pear filling and brie cheese sauce...my daughter had her favorite, penne bolognesa.....
and of course, our hot brownie with ice cream for dessert....Thank Heaven for little girls!

6 comments:

ann said...

What a super fun day you had! I can't WAIT till I can have days like yours with my daughter!!

"MoodyBlue" Jodi said...

Awww! That is so cool! OMG! You had my craving - pancakes! I have been in the mood for them since my NaBloPoMo post last week. Log Cabin maple syrup is YUMMY! That or Mrs Butterworths.

I'm glad you girls are having such a nice time. Enjoy it!!!

lizzy-loo said...

girls weekend how fun. hey, why wasn't I invited?

2nd Cup of Coffee said...

I'm so glad you're enjoyng your time with your girl. Those are special moments. And the fact that you blog about it means you'll have the memory forever.

PJ said...

WHAT a lovely day. And spinach ravioli with pear apple filling sounds delicious...with brie. Don't think I've ever had fruit filled ravioli.

And...thanks for the tip on Windows ...'m off to check out Cielo!

Calandria said...

How fun! That sounds like a perfect day. Something your daughter will always remember.