A visit to Kimswick, MO treated us to the best salad ever at The Blue Owl. I had taken Little Miss along, and I realized while we were eating how limited my one-on-one time with her is. She was more conversational and sweeter than normal. Sharing my salad with her was such a simple moment, but one that I made sure to record the details of into my heart.
We traveled downtown to drop my daughter off with Daddy, and we had just enough time to hit a couple stores before heading to the theatre for Dr. Laura's show. What a great 90 minutes! I wasn't sure what to expect from her one woman show, but it was a balance of silliness, humor, advice, relating with a dash of sadness. The show left me feeling content which, I'm sure, was the intention behind it.
To wrap up the night, we split a delicious dish at the Cheesecake Factory and gabbed over coffee and cheesecake. I think I'll always feel happy after a late-night visit with a friend. Some schoolgirl memories are worth repeating.