While we were there, the girls participated in another competition - this time it was the Nations Capital Feis. We usually go back each year because it's near my family, and also the competition is put on by my Irish dance school I attended growing up, so it's fun to go back and see everyone.
With back to school also came catching up on some "business" side of things. Now that Meagan is starting to use her walker, we want to encourage her to do so whenever we can. Because of this, it was finally time to go and get a Handicapped placard for the car. Trying to have her navigate through busy parking lots just isn't safe - and since she can't go very far, by the time we would make it inside somewhere, she would be completely worn out. We got Meagan's doctor's notes together and filled out the forms, and went to the county office where they issued her a tag. She insisted on holding it, but we had a little problem when I wanted to hang it up in the car - she wouldn't give it back! Ha.... she said "No, M for Meagan!" when she saw the writing. So, for that first ride home, Meagan held her placard the whole way. Once we got home, she finally let me have it to hang up.