Which is fine with me! The car wash is so old and ugly and hardly anyone is ever there using it. And they don’t maintain their property and the sidewalk is SOOO bad in front of it. I’d welcome some high-density studio apartments here! I’m a little nostalgic for this kind of car wash. It reminds me of the kind we had growing up in New London, WI, but it’s out of date. No one uses it. And I’d rather have a well-maintained property that’s not an eyesore!
One Friday per month our daycare center gives you the option to leave your child there until 9:30 p.m. for $20. So that’s three extra hours at less than $7/hour. What a bargain! Dallas and I ended up going to Revolution Brewing with Adam. And then we headed over to the Whistler for a few fancy cocktails. Next was Analogue, where Andy, Jess, Chris, Mike and Todd met up with us. Analogue opened in December and I’d never been. I liked it. We only had drinks, so I can’t judge the food, but the drinks were super tasty. Makes sense, since two of the founders of this place are Violet Hour vets.
I felt a little bad that Makai was at daycare for 12 hours that night, but he was with one of his class teachers, so at least he had a familiar person to be with at night. And I’m sure he had fun with the kids… we sure had fun with our friends!