Ryder was a ham, winning the hearts of the big burly security officers and other employees with his toothy smile and silly antics.
As a result of this visit, my green card will be renewed for another 10 years and hopefully in that time, I'll be able to become a US citizen. :)Of course, no trip out of my small town is complete without a stop by Starbucks!
And then Costco, where Ryder had a little pony ride. These pictures are especially for the Mitton cousins. <3
Lately, Ryder has been eager to chatter and pick up new words. At home he's got 'neigh' and 'moo' down pretty well. He'll also say 'soft' when he pets Dixie or wears his sherpa lined hoodie. On our drive, we talked about everything we saw (mainly sagebrush and dirt - lol) and Ryder learned 'tsoo tsoo' while we passed a train.
At Target, Ryder was fascinated by the red spheres sitting outside and had to touch each one of them. This time, saying 'ball' perfectly.
|There are a few barely perceptible towards the bottom right of that little hill in the centre.|
Speaking of dinner...
Homemade (crust, filling, and meringue) lemon pie was on the menu for dessert. Ryder gave his approval after sampling the beaters.
And that's a wrap.