Sunday, December 5, 2010

Well Trained

Wednesday the 24th was Grandma & Grandpa Davenport's wedding anniversary. They've been married for 444 months! Is it just me, or does that seem like a lot? To celebrate, we met them along with Aunt Darcy and Uncle Dave at Cheesecake Factory. It was pretty fun because I was on the end of one of the tables and the table leg was right in front of me. Some might find this annoying but I loved it. I was able to use it as leverage and push myself away from the table over and over again. It was sweet. Dad thought it was less sweet when CF seated a family right next to us since I could invade their territory. There was a little boy with that family; he was maybe 4 or so. His parents must love him more than M&D love me because he got to bring not just a Thomas the Train Engine but the rest of the train too. They even used a menu to make a tunnel for the train to go under. I mean, I had a sugar packet to play with but his setup seemed pretty sweet too. However, I think that other kid got jealous of my sugar packet because he did something that caused their sugar holder to fall off the table and break. But as a reward he got to play with the train some more. Yeah, that seems fair.
After everyone got done eating I got to sit in between G&G D for some photo ops. G&G were being pretty silly so I was having a great time.
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As I was goofin' with G&G D, I noticed the mirror at the top of the booth. Well, you all know how I feel about mirrors - JACKPOT!

They keep it so dark at CF that when I started to feel tired, I could have easily fallen asleep. Fortunately M&D recognized the classic signs and we headed out.

It was a fun dinner and I'm glad I got help G&G D celebrate big number 444. What's the gift for 444 anyway?

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,
Avery

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