Am not so very fond of hospitals, so I was exhausted after my dad's short but sweet stay. I was planning to spend the weekend at home, catching up on sleep and work but it was not meant to be. That's because my daughter, who has been quite the busy bee the past few weeks, wanted a feel of the night air. Since the people in her social universe were either busy or otherwise engaged, she dragged her mom's tired ass out on a Saturday night.
We first went to Soderno, but it proved to be a sorry little thing. There were only a few food stalls out. After a bit of discussion, we decided to hop on to Mercato. Apparently, she had been wanting to visit this foodie place, but had not had a chance to do so. Unfortunately, her mom is very poor with directions and we ended up circling around Global City until we finally hit the market.
E wanted to try something different. Her choice: this Korean thingie that's supposed to be the most popular snack food in the land of cherry blossoms. It was like this soupie thing that's supposed to be made of rice. I am not very fond of kimchi myself, so I kept my fork on the spring roll.
Next up, some ice cream over at Merry Moo; she got Sea Salt Caramel, I had Butterscotch Pecan. We weren't eating so much as talking, catching up after a jampacked week.
Before parting, we bought some deep-dish pizzas for the boys. Earlier, I had gotten slices of chocolate cakes for everybody. It was a quiet Saturday night, the perfect cap to an extremely exciting week.