If it's not one thing at the time of Hunter's birthday, it's another. Last year we planned a party at Gattiland only to have several friends that couldn't come because it snowed that night. The friends that did come took 3+ hours to get home. This year we were so excited to see that it was going to be warm the week of his birthday, much like the day he was born. (It was 73 degrees that day in Nashville and snowed the next). His party was a wash as you can read in the previous post, but we thought we'd make some frosted cookies to take to his friends at choir, the ones he was wanting to come to his party earlier. So tonight we get to church and shortly after the power went out there. Men were outside grabbing pieces of siding as they flew off the side of the church. Needless to say, we were going home. A couple of staff kids were there and took a cookie. Mrs. Carolyn sang happy birthday to him. We thought we'd be doing cake, ice cream, and presents to candle light, but the power came back on while we were coming home. He has enjoyed his Legos and Nerf gun. Next year? Well, going to Disney like we did two years ago sounds like a great option.