So we celebrated with food! It's what we do. Besides, William lost a pound last week (totally normal for appetite to decrease during radiation). The rest of the boys requested that In 'N Out not be an option. Oh, what does that say about our lives? So William requested a marinated flank steak, rosemary-garlic potatoes, broccoli, and chocolate cake. I agreed and it was all a success due to the unfortunate lack of leftovers. I didn't take a picture of our dinner because it disappeared too quickly. However, I did confirm that layered cakes and I don't mix. No matter how I try and trim and level, my top layer always begins to slide. Oh well, that's why I have boys. They will never fully appreciate the cosmetic appearance of my cakes. After struggling with the "Leaning Tower of Cake", I bagged the idea of piping a radioactive symbol on the top. We went with the always pleasing glow sticks!
In other exciting news...
We'd like to thank the amazing Hakes family for providing a good workout for William and a lot of fun for all the boys---all 6 of them! It snowed! Right in the middle of our front lawn. Thanks for the laughter!
Yes, we have a trampoline in our front yard.