Last week, we took the kids downtown to do a little sightseeing and buy Jason a new pair of shoes. (Good Lord, he needed new shoes.) The day started with Harper's 4 month check-up and shots, followed by a lot of errands, then we finally made it into Charleston. I have to say I was pretty impressed with Harper. Even though shots usually make her grumpy, she only cried once and we were gone for a long time. Kaelin even kept the complaining to a minimum. It seemed like everything was working out in our favor.
Except the weather.
Weather guy said it was supposed to be sunny.
I checked the forecast before we left. I checked it again on our way. Sunny, hot, and humid (completely the norm for South Carolina). Of course, as soon as we get downtown the clouds rolled in and the thunder started. We had lunch, Jason got his shoes (the guy at the running store was an ass, btw) and decided to walk down King St to the water. It's only about a mile each way, but it starting misting a few block into our walk. Not knowing if it was going to stop or start all-out raining, we turned back. I have to say, I was really disappointed.
The view from the car.
Since we couldn't walk to the water, we decided to drive by and at least look at it. But there was a parking spot! Right there on the battery! Yay! We parked, got the stroller back out and walked along the river. It was way too hot. It was way too humid. There was so much static electricity that our hair was standing up!
My little lightning rod.
We were completely wiped by the time we got home, but it was definitely worth it! I can't wait until our next outing. Maybe the aquarium? The beach? A museum?