When I returned from Grotto Iona on Father's Day, I found that my family had already begun to eat in my honor. I had eaten plenty at the funeral and Grotto celebration and did not want to eat any more, but Melanie insisted that Jacob had barbecued some fantastic, very thin steak strips and portabello mushrooms, too - doubly excellent wrapped in the Navajo bread Lavina had cooked on the coals. She insisted that I had to try it.
So I did. It was excellent, as the was the watermelon, the chips, and all the other side dishes that I ate in my second meal.
I didn't feel like moving much after that. This was not a problem shared by Kalib and Jobe.
Margie and Lynxton took some time to study Muzzy and Kingston.
Kalib relaxed on a mound of dirt.
Lisa, Melanie and Charlie. Rex had gone off to Washington state with Cortney.
By the time he got strapped into his car seat to go home, Jobe had a number of mosquito bites on his face.
Kalib was very upset to have the leave the dirt pile behind, so Caleb gave him a pat on the head to comfort him.
Soon, everybody was gone.