Mary Elizabeth and I went to the Scottish Games at Furman University last weekend to see the activities and in hopes to meet up with “the best Nana ever” and Auntie, her sister.
We saw men is skirts doing all kinds of things like: throwing sand bags and polls, playing bag pipes and flutes to beautiful dresses for woman. ~ Sadly, we never found Nana or Auntie.
Without finding “the best Nana ever and her sister“, quite honestly Mary Elizabeth was not very impressed with the Scottish Games or the men in skirts.
She wanted to feed the Swans. Now to her, that is something to see. Everyone knows Furman is the place a person should go to feed ducks. We left our hopes of finding Nana and her sister: We left the Scottish men in skirts and went to the ducks and swans.
Although the swans were very exciting the day was hot. We decided blue ice cream was in order and thought just maybe Nana and her sister might have the same idea. They like ice cream. But, it ended up just being the two of us. One of us was happy about that ~ the other one. . .well. . . she just wanted to see “the best Nana ever. . . that was all.”
When we saw balloons in the distance our hearts soared with pure joy .
We thought it would be fun to call Stephen to ask if he wanted to join us in our great balloon chase. After all, everyone knows, if you can’t see “the best Nana ever. . . and her sister” “the best big brother ever” IS . . .well. . . second best.
So we quickly picked up Stephen and began our adventure (( with our second best)) “the best big brother ever” by our side.
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