Back to his usual position on the supersofa.
Look who brightened up our weekend!
When we Skyped with our younger son last Thursday night, we talked about him catching a ride with RJ’s dad, who was picking up his roommate the next day to bring home for a visit. The kid decided that he wanted to reconnect and recharge. It was great to get a hug in person!
Netflix streaming has led to addictions.
The first thing he did was plop on the couch and queue up the final season of “Scrubs” on Netflix. The kid loves watching that show, and on more than one occasion, I’ve been caught up in his marathon viewing sessions. This was no exception.
Of course, he is a college student. Mainly, a tired one. After a couple episodes, he succumbed to the allure of soft pillows and snoozed for a few hours.
A crowded card: Hiral (hi!), Chris, Adam, Eric, the kid, Steve, the Mister, and Marcus
With the next day being Saturday, only one activity could fit the bill: Disc golf, of course.
The Mister putts.
The Mister and the kid joined bestie Eric and five others for a round of 18 at the nearby River Pointe Church’s course.
Even though he hadn’t played much since we moved him in at SHSU, my son managed to win by a stroke.
It was fun watching the collegian interact with his older buddies again. And it always tugs at my heartstrings to watch him and his devoted dad together. Those two are closerthanthis!
After that, he played a round at Tom Bass with his other disc golf bestie, Glen (the highlight was that the Mister and I got to visit with the ever-lovely Kelly and a snoozing baby Jonas; little Glen was napping in his room).
Until we meet again, this smile will have to last for awhile.
Before we knew it, we were taking RJ and our son back to Huntsville on Sunday afternoon (after watching a thrilling Houston Texans victory). The kid got a chance to relax, knock the rust off his disc golf game, and even do his homework and prepare for the week (yes, I actually witnessed him studying!).
And the Mister and I got to spend time with our beloved baby boy once again. Totally win-win!