Sunday, June 27, 2010
Tokyo Bay and a Father's Day Gift
Last week we went to Tokyo Bay for a sushi lunch with Grandma Toni. All of us are fans of sushi, and this place was pretty decent. I loved the way it was decorated, and got to eat something called a Godzilla roll (Tempura shrimp w/crabmeat, cream cheese, avocado, cucumber, and sauce on top). Something about the sauce made this roll really good. While Kiku is still my favorite sushi place, I think I'd definitely visit Tokyo Bay again. Nick ate several pieces of sushi, and he loved their broccoli tempura. Maybe next year we can teach him to eat with chopsticks.
Greg brought along his Father's Day present from Nick (and me), a new digital camera. After the nightmare situation I had with the Nikon Coolpix S220 I had last year, we decided not to go with another Nikon. That camera is currently sitting in a drawer, unused. Hey, if you'd like to buy a camera, I have a nearly new one with a brand new lens from Nikon. Only problem is, it takes really crappy pictures.
I ended up buying Greg a red Sony Cyber-shot W330, with a Carl Zeiss lens. It has 14.1 mega pixels, and takes very decent pictures. He took all of the pictures here, except for the one of him, which I took. Below you can see him happily opening up the Hobby Lobby gift card his mom got him, along with some paintbrushes. My husband makes such interesting faces when he's having his picture taken. :)
After lunch, we had to pick up some kitty food at the PetSmart. Our kitties eat specialty food for old, fat kitties who don't exercise much. The only time my cats run is when they see Nick coming!
I had forgotten how much Nicholas loves going to the pet store, and I think I will take him back soon, just to entertain him for a half hour or so. They had puppies up for adoption, and Nick was in heaven, running back and forth between the cages, shrieking with joy and petting their soft muzzles.
The birdies also piqued his interest, and he insisted on pointing at each individual bird, saying, "Birdie!," and "See?" I guess the motion of them all flying around in the cage was pretty cool. I've always liked birds, but I hesitate to get one since I think the poor thing would become neurotic with three cats stalking it day and night.