And a kitchen scraps bucket, because I paid in cash and they didn't have change and apparently donating $5 to them was going to cause much heartache, so I gave them two more and got a $7 scraps bucket. Which is actually sort of cool.
We also went to Not Your Average Joe's for lunch, where I discovered (a) they will let you order off the kids menu (unsurprising -- it isn't much of a deal, really) and (b) the kids burger does not come with condiments automatically (someone there understands children) but is otherwise _really good_ and (c) while the kids burger is 4 ounces of meat before cooking, it is perceived by our waitress as being smaller than the McDonald's hamburger (which is kinda funny, since that burger is 1.6 ounces).
Portion distortion strikes again.
Also, I got cheated out of my drink and ice cream. It would have been nice to have the drink for A., as she finished all of the diluted OJ I brought in a bottle for her.