Got up late. Dressed. Ate breakfast. Pops went out to buy a camping stove stove. He came back. Then me + mom + T went shopping. Came back. Started to cook. We had a good eats. Today I read "Risky" and "Black Gold". I also read "Misty, a pictorial Life Story". Ate dessert. Put on pj's. Got in bag. Thank you, Mr. O.
- Breakfast: Peanuts, 1/2 banana
- Snack: 1/3 of a beef stick
- Dinner: beef neck +peanuts + sweetpotato+potato+carrot+rice + soup stock soup, cabbage +carrot slaw, peanuts
The camping stove... a small two-burner Coleman camping stove that used liquid fuel. We parked it on top of the regular stove. Now, in those parental decisions you question... I do wonder why long-range, Poppy thought it would be cheaper to buy a camping stove/buy fuel on a regular basis, as opposed to just turning on the G&E??? Although, I'm not sure we even had a lease, which is what is required to go to Con Ed. Eventually, the Coleman gas proved to be a little pricey, considering we used the stove every day, and so at some point we switched over to using regular gas.
Yes, I know how dangerous that was. But you know what they say: "God takes care of fools and babies." Of which we quite obviously fit into both categories.