Yesterday we had a nice family day – the weather was beautiful and we had a great Saturday. We began by attending a puppet show at the Nashville Public Library – Alice in Wonderland. It was actually a mix of live performers + puppets and it was CROWDED! We went as part of the birthday celebration of one of Kaleya’s friends – he turned 4. While Kaleya has been to many of these types of performances, I’ve only been to one other, so it was fun to go again.
After the show, it was off to the park to celebrate with cake and ice cream.
After leaving the park, we then went by a local comic book store, The Great Escape. They were hosting a book signing by 12-year old Luke Robinson. Luke, from nearby Dickson County, TN, was diagnosed with leukemia at age 3. He then had several years of chemotherapy treatment and his cancer is now in remission. He conceived an idea for a comic book that he hopes will help other kids cope with treatment. The Make A Wish Foundation helped him bring his concept to reality and enlisted the talent of Ryan Dunlavey to write and illustrate it. The first comic, Super Shot, was published this month.
Great Escape had a book signing so we went and got one for both Jihad & Kaleya.
The rest of the afternoon and evening we spent at home watching movies. Lovely, lovely day!