Today is what we would call a transition day. We transitioned from Connecticut to New Hampshire. But that isn’t to say we didn’t have fun. After rolling out of bed and partaking in a tasty breakfast of biscuits and gravy, we headed north to meet up with one of Kaia’s oldest childhood friends. We got together for lunch with her and her family and talked about old times, good times, and hard times. While Kaia and her friend reminisced, I was paying close attention to her two little kids who were adorable and full of energy. I kept picturing Kaia and myself having a similar lunch in five years with our kid(s). I always bring up the notion of us having fraternal twins. I just figure it’s more efficient. Of course, Kaia gives me the side eye of all side eyes when I bring this up. Hey, I’m about doing things as efficiently as humanly possible. How is that a bad thing?
Sidenote: After leaving CVS to pick up some cough drops, we bumped into a woman on the phone who loudly spoke thusly: “He must not know who the f**k I am. I’m bi-polar!” You stay classy New Britain! Continue reading