#4: Adult Open Choice

Among the treasures we bought at the Gardner Auction were two passes to an evening Gardner likes to call “Adult Open Choice” – essentially a choose-your-own-grownup-adventure with the kids’ teachers.

This is part of our 100 Things in 2018 challenge. Make sure to click on the photos!

Becky took part in the “Succulents and Sours” activity, while I enjoyed the “Mystery Codes and Moscow Mules.” Since everyone loves a good puzzle, the party eventually filtered into my room, but not before everyone had their own kind of fun.

We had a great time, even though I forgot to take any photos whatsoever. Becky’s activity also provided our home with a nice little centerpiece, while mine only served to prove that none of us parents should be working for the NSA.

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