With the boys in Springfield at Grandma & Grandpa Ayappa’s house for a few days, Katra and I were able to have a few days to ourselves. On Thursday we followed in the footsteps of one of Chicago’s greats (Ferris Bueller) and drove downtown to visit Millenium Park and the Art Institute. Not having a red Ferrari handy, we settled for the silver minivan.
When do you know you have finally slipped the rest of the way into insanity? When your Disney trip planning looks like this:
We spent probably three hours tonight planning meals, events, and park visits, after many hours spent reading tour guides and restaurant reviews. We used a different color post-it for each park, and yellow for events and meals at the various resorts.
Sadly, this is what it takes when you need to make dinner reservations six months in advance.
This is the clock I made for Shane & Melissa for their wedding, along with the fabric carrying case Katra made. The design is my own, with Mission Style features. The movement is automatically synchronized to an atomic clock via a radio receiver built into the clock. The wood, cherry with black walnut accents, is from my Dad’s supply.