Monday, August 18, 2008

now i can't go to the refrigerated section

Exciting news today... The new road between the two new roundabouts that went in this summer is now open! Why is this exciting? It shaves off a few minutes and a bad intersection off of my drive to the grocery store. Yeah!

And while in Tesco this morning doing my weekly shopping, a man came and told me that it was too cold for Seth to be in the refrigerated section of the grocery store. He even felt Seth's arm! I thanked him and said he was okay. So now I can't buy items in the refrigerated section of the grocery store when Seth is with me apparently...What's a mom to do?!

And just a fun picture from the playground a couple weeks ago...

6 comments:

Audrey said...

Poor Seth. How do kids in the U.S. survive the bleak, arctic conditions of the refrigerated section of Wal-mart?

Actually, your post made me remember a childhood memory in which I was convinced that this particular section of the grocery store was intolerably cold. Shiver-inducing, teeth-chattering cold. Of course, it was not so extreme, but some moments stick in kids' minds.

Now, what odd memory will come to Seth 23 years down the road?

Hmmmmmm.

Christine said...

Cool that the road is back open. Where is this new roundabout? Have we really been gone that long?

Brittany said...

I enjoy taking my kids to the coldest part of the store, leaving them, and hoping that hypothermia doesn't set in...too quickly. tee hee. Just kidding... I don't let it get to hypothermia...usually. ;) ha ha.

That's too funny.

I love that sand photo! SO cute! :)

Kristen said...

Christine, there are TWO new roundabouts! Exciting, huh?! The first one is on Szabadság ut. on the way to Törökbálint. You know how the road curves to the left to head towards the other road, well they put one in there and put a new road that leads to the other new roundabout, which is on the road to Budaörs right before you get to the gas station at the bottom of the big hill. Does that make sense? It basically cuts off having to drive through Törökbálint and that intersection where you turn. It's super nice!

Michelle said...

Ok, obviously the little feet with the S above it is Seht's, but I can't figure out who M and O are.

Kristen said...

Ha Ha! I told Kevin we should put our initials about our feet, but with us both having K, he said we should do M and D for Mom and Dad.