Lunch: at Ikea! My daughter, shopping for new bedroom furniture, really wants to try their Swedish meatballs at 11:15 am. I opted for the "veggie balls," which were served with a ladling of kinda sweet chili on top (I guess, according to this review, it contained sweet potato) and a side of plain vegetables. Both they and the meat version were okay, not great. I liked, however, that Ikea goes the European route here as well, offering real plates and cups and silverware in their cafeteria and then actually washing them, so different from the American big box store food model. I had a glass of water with my meal. In a glass. For free. That was nice. I think the only waste when we were finished was the napkins.
The afternoon was spent putting together furniture. My daughter is pretty handy and I like that about her. We had to stop building her new bed when we found one of the bolts was damaged and we would need to return to Ikea for a replacement, which we will do tomorrow.