Tuesday was car wash day. Not the usual variety, and we have no set day anyway. The malbor does normally have a day, but of late due to health issues, that seems to not be happening all that often.
The grandkids were all here.
We started out at 7:30 AM or so when the youngest two showed up with their mom as she was on her way to school, yes school. Teaching has started for her already.
The older two showed up past ten and being so hot, it was decided that the pool would be out. Stewie had a terrible time staying out of it. He sees water and he thinks it is playtime.
After a little pool play, I started washing a Pack and Play that I found in the garage. It is a great portable crib. It wasn’t really too dirty but it needed a little cleaning. I brought out a pail and quickly gave it a wash.
That idea gave birth to washing cars. Our oldest grandgirl wanted to do a car wash. She wanted to do either ours or those of people driving down our street. We were not overly fond of that idea. The next idea was to take our kiddy vehicles and wash them.
We let them go in the house and find the rags and they commenced washing the vehicles and rinsing them off with water taken from the little pool. They grabbed their German pails, yes German, and filled them up. It was a great time.
You might ask why German pails? We found that the ones we had purchased beforehand were always cracking and falling apart. We went online and found high quality pails. The kids love them.
We often have no particular game plan and especially when Samantha, the nine year old is around, there is quickly a plan.
Maybe a future teacher?