Thursday, September 30, 2010

Happy Fun Ball

On the evening of the 14th, Mom had a Paper Mill Designs client meeting so Dad and I were on our own for dinner. As it happened, Grandma Davenport was busy too so we decided to have dinner with Grandpa Davenport. I was a little fussy after school so Dad decided to hedge his bets with dinner at at Red Robin - Yum!
Dad likes to go to RR because he knows there's so much going on that it leaves less entertaining (read 'parenting') for him to do. And frankly he's spot on. There are always a ton of kids there which of course fascinates me and on this particular visit three of them had their birthday. Unfortunately for the RR staff, this meant three rounds of singing Happy Birthday.
They sang HB to all three of them within ten minutes of one another. Geesh, no wonder I couldn't get any more ranch for my fries. Our poor waiter was stuck singing which meant I was left wanting. BOO!

When we got home, I played with my balloon for about 12 seconds before it hit the ceiling. Stupid helium, I hope we DO run out.
No worries though, I had plenty to keep me busy.
At one point, we even went outside to play with the new ball M&D got me at Kansas Sampler. This ball cracks me up because every time I drop it, it bounces and wobbles in all different directions. Football? Try FUN BALL! (is that too hacky?)

Here's Blogger's "Blog of Note" for September 30th, 2010. I'm not really sure what it's about - I lost interest pretty quickly. I think she's a flight attendant or something, I don't know. I thought the most note worthy item on it was her ridiculously long list of "labels" in the margin. There are 194. ONE HUNDRED NINETY FOUR!! I personally don't do labels because I don't really know how they help but if I did do labels, I'd probably do them a lot better... or at least have a lot fewer... like zero.

Remember, you can't take it with you, but you can lick it so no one else can take it when you're gone.

Until Later,

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