I had never been to a drive through before with a van full of students to order milk before. So, I thought it was a great idea.
And man, did we save time. We drove into the MJ Drive Thru,
"Do you have milk?"
"Blue or red?"
"Um, blue. Let's go Democratic milk."
In no time, I was forking over four of Fox's bucks and holding a gallon of blue labelled milk -- 2%.
We had time before our 7:17 PM appointed meeting with Michael Douglas in the back alley of the Mayflower, so we decided to visit the library to distribute some Project HOPE Thanksgiving Dinner fliers. Mrs. Weiss gave the students some hats she had knitted, and off our little ones went, into the library.
While the kids made their way through the library, I helped out Allan and Betsy with food and hand lotion.
The kids came back successful, delivered fliers, hats, and conversation.
We made our way to Jimmy's eventually to try to help with his Internet problems, worked on it for a while, but didn't succeed. Something with the router, we thought in the end.
While some of the kids worked on Jimmy's computer, he introduced the rest of us to his family by pointing to people in a newly hung picture on his wall. The family reunion photo had been taken this summer at his sister's house. What a great shot. What a great show of family union.