Mac and I flew in because David had a work obligation on Saturday. Flying with a walker is a lot tougher than when Mac was immobile. He still did pretty well--likely because I downloaded the Muppets movie and he got to watch that most of the 45 minute flight.
Mac got to hang out at the clinic with Mom, Dad, and his fur-sister, Maggie. Mag LOVED it, but especially loved playing in buckets of water while being dressed up like his grandpa.
We spent the day Saturday with both sets of his maternal great-grandparents...it was awesome, but, sadly, I forgot to take pictures.
Sunday was all about tailgating and the Chiefs. My father recently purchased an old, converted uniform delivery truck that now serves as a tailgating vehicle. With a tv, awning, microwave, toilet, sink, speaker system, grill, and several couches, we were in the lap of luxury.
Mac enjoyed playing bags--turns out he's quite good when he walks up to them and plunks them in :)
During the game, Mac ate, drank, played with towel-owl, and walked around with Nana. He was a fairly good sport until it was time to leave. Then he made it quite clear that he was no longer interested in fun.
So we left at halftime. In a very out-of-character move, Mac fell asleep in David's arms before we even left the stadium.
He slept for the ENTIRE 4 hour drive home...waking up happily at 7:30. I was terrified that he would be fighting bedtime until 1 am, but we got him down around 9pm.