I couldn't access my credit union account online, and the phone numbers they offered to send a new password to - well, I didn't recognize either of them. This, of course, happened on a Friday night. So a personal trip to the credit union on Monday morning was necessary. We got it all unwound, not without a serious amount of time being spent, including multiple calls to their tech support. Funny part of the trip - the person helping me said "yours is the lowest account number I've seen!" (Personal business)
From there, I went by my LBS, because Bleriot's Cane Creek SCR-5c brake levers are giving it up (they are 10 years old; maybe they've been bounced hard on the pavement a few years back). Sadly, they didn't have them, and that was where I'd bought them originally. The mechanic said maybe they were no longer made. I didn't think so. Went home and ordered them from Universal Cycles. (Store)
Personal care, but not for me. Close family member is going through a very stressful time; I figured she needed a walk to talk it though. So we hiked to Michael's and the Mill End Store. Things were purchased, but that wasn't the point.
|Cherries are blooming|
|back of her head|
Errands 11 and 12
We were babysitting grandson #1 for a couple of days, and brought his bike (Wishbone 3 in 1, great strider bike that grows with the kid, and yes, I did buy it for his first birthday present) along. Day the second had non-rain, so he wanted to ride the bike to the park (.5 miles uphill, and he's not yet 4 years old). On the way, he wanted to stop at Great Grandma and Great Grandpa's home. He convinced Great Grandma to come along. My dad elected to stay home. We went to the first park (elementary school playground), and, after awhile adjourned to the newly-remodeled park. He and my husband played on the equipment. I did, a bit, but hung out on the swings with my mom.
|Someone got to ride a bike|
|Knock knock knocking on great-grandparents' door|
|Elementary School playground|
|New play structure achievement unlocked|
|The playground at the new park|
|my mom on the swing|
Social (visiting with the great grandparents)