We also had this delicious salad I found at Kroger. It had a lot of terrific ingredients that you just shake up in the bowl. It even came with a fork. The regular price is $3.99, which I would be tempted to pay in a pinch.
And now for the best part of the day and the reason I lost track of time and Sarah had to go to gymnastics without dinner (Noah and I made it after she left). I've been working on teaching the kids to read Korean. It took less than a week, and today's the day they both started reading! It was SO much easier and WAY more fun than teaching them to read English. I started with teaching them consonants one day, reviewing them the following day, vowels the next day, and another day of review. Then I taught them how to put them together to form syllable blocks, and today we could all sense that they were on the verge of reading. They broke through and started reading at the same time, and it was just beautiful. I got out their adoption paperwork and showed them their names in Korean, which I've done before, but this time they could read them themselves! We spent some time writing their Korean names, and then all the sudden Mike was home from work and we hadn't even started making dinner. I couldn't believe it was that late already!