To gallivant is to gad about. Now to gad is to go about idly (we did have purpose) rove (we didn't get lost) wander (part of not missing important things) straggle (again, gotta see it all) going about (certainly) and on the move (yay for naps) . So I do qualify for gadding about these last couple of days. Errands and babysitting. My little grandson was along for the ride. He was not a whole lot of help on the map consultations but we were only 10 minutes late for our rondez vous. He adds a whole new dimension to multi tasking and my exercise level has certainly stepped up a pace.
Creativity also becomes more necessary as I learn to pass grapes back from the front seat. I'd forgotten how creative mothers have to be! 8^) I managed to get to the fabric store while he was occupied packing his overnight bag. Today we'll just gallivant over and see what the garden centre has for fall plantings. I'm all for gadding and gallivanting!