We go every year. Every year we do the same things; eat, drink, people watch, and eat. Last year was no exception. Three days out of the hospital after having Baby Diva via C-Section....I was determined to get my corn dog on. And somehow with the help of Percocet I went. This year presented a challenge. No babysitters. So we packed up the family and headed out.
Not included in the photo: cashew nut roll, pretzel, and mini donuts
We shared everything, so we were trying to be mindful of our calorie intake. LOL
Baby Diva enjoying a pretzel. She can really go to town despite only having 2 teeth.
Spam Curds, only in Minnesota *herck*
We got suckered into taking the kids on some "wild rides". OMFG....I think I might have stamped my shorts on the ride that my son and I did. I got off and stumbled around like a drunk because I was so dizzy. Note to self: no more rides. I made my husband do the rest of the rides. The Carnies were laughing at me because they heard me screaming.
I am perfectly happy hanging with Baby Diva while everyone else enjoys the rides. That ride really effed up my hair.The crowd on one of the streets. Did I mention that I am NOT a people person? You can't leave the swine barn without your pig ears. I am pretty sure that this photo will be enough to put my son in therapy.
All tuckered out! Yes, all 3 of them out cold in the back. No talking, no fighting. Just peace and quiet on the way home. Ahhhh life is good. I am already dreaming of next year's trip to the fair.
My only disappointment of the day was the lack of interesting people watching. Everyone looked so...dare I say, NORMAL! I must be the time of the day. We went right away in the morning and left by 4PM. I guess next year those kids will have to suck it up and go at night just so we can people watch. Ha!
Needless to say...I didn't workout today. I manage to walk for 7 hours at the fair while chasing the kiddos. That had to burn off a pickle or two. Now that I have the fair out of my system, I am back on the wagon full force!