We started out at EatZi's, a miniature Central Market. Picnic food galore. We got a huge ham and avocado and something sandwich, a fajita, and three desserts.
At the park, we passed a guy selling grilled cheese sandwiches from his truck, Texas's best grilled cheese or something, and ordered one. And we sat down in the grass, unfolded our blanket, and set the table, figuratively speaking.
Talk about a good lunch. I was declared a chef for recognizing the strange taste in the ham sandwich as ginger. The grilled cheese sandwich was amazing. Actually, everything was amazing.
After we ate the savory part of the meal, we had some fun playing badminton without a net and playing frisbee. With a frisbee.
And taking pictures:
Elizabeth, looking pretty on candid camera.
The three younger sisters, Becca, Mary Margaret, and me, frolicking with the gnomes.
A triangle; the Holy Trinity
A hexagonal peace sign
All I know about this one is Mary Margaret looks like a philosopher, questioning the meaning of fingers, while Becca and Elizabeth are being very happy.
Er... Mary Margaret again, with Becca and Elizabeth.
Dessert time. You see below red velvet (Elizabeth's new favorite), chocolate cream something cake, and brownie mousse deliciousness.
Then we all took a nap. I was laughing because I opened my eyes and saw that Izzy was taking a picture. I don't remember why I found that so hilarious...
We played some more frisbee, and went home around three thirty. Four hours of sisterly fun.