A Dad Weekend

My father came to the cities for a visit this past weekend. And we had a good time.

As it was recently his birthday (and because I was looking for another opportunity to see them) I took him to Cirque du Soleil on Friday night.

He was very impressed.

His favorite act was the contortionists. But he also enjoyed the juggler and others.

We stayed up late afterward watching HGTV.

Then alarm-dad woke me up at 7:30 am on Saturday. This was after I spent a sleepless night on the couch.

(I only have a one bedroom place, so he gets my bedroom when he comes).

We hit the farmers market and then grabbed lunch at a terrific deli called the Cheeky Monkey. It’s now made my “good restaurant” list.

Then we hit Stillwater for Lumberjack Days.

What a clusterfuck of drunk rednecks and traffic. And baby strollers.

Overall, Lumberjack Days was a bit disappointing. It was a bit low on hot lumberjack talent.

Plus it’s really hard to cruise guys with your dad around.

Later I took dad to Ngon for Vietnamese fusion cuisine. He enjoyed it- it was sort of a late birthday dinner.

The rest of our time we spent watching movies and playing Wii sports.

All in all it was a pretty good weekend. But I’m tired as fuck today because of the lack of sleep.

Damn couch.

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Nickname: Munt Measurements: 45 B, 34, 38(?) Ambition: to be the best human ever! Turn ons: long walks on the beach, romantic dinners, porn, rainbows, cock Turn offs: bad smell face, men who are full of themselves, dead puppies, popcorn, sadness
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4 Responses to A Dad Weekend

  1. you either need a new couch or a lock on the bedroom door. Lock your father in there until you wake up. The old can learn from the young too, you know….

  2. What happened to the Condo search anyways?

  3. RG says:

    You’re a good son.

  4. Mark in DE says:

    That’s great that your dad came to visit and that you two enjoy spending time together. And kudos for providing him with ethnic food options! Folks our parents age are often hestitant to try different foods.

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