There was princess dress-up too...the third princess insisted on staying upstairs.
After lunch we played hide-and-seek and tag, and drew with chalk....lots of fun. I was missing my NoBer Nason girls. We even played a little Junior Scrabble...which made me think of their grandmother. No one played Scrabble like Mona- I think Pete and I had been dating for maybe two months the first time she wiped the floor with me. Man, she was good.
After Steve came to pick the kiddos up, Lou and I made taco dip and got ready for the Super Bowl.
Let us not speak of it further, only to note:
- The agony of defeat can be eased somewhat by taco dip.
- Lou insisted upon changing the channel as the first quarter was coming to a close. (She watched A Charlie Brown Christmas upstairs instead, and was in bed before the 3rd quarter ended.)
- Little Manning played a good game for himself. I still think his brother is a goon.
- March Madness approaches....