Friday, October 26, 2007

Thursday at the House of Chuck.....

also known as Chuck E. Cheese.We met Princess's very good friend
and his Mom (also my friend) there to play and eat crummy pizza.
They had a great time so it was worth it.
The nice thing was that we had the place to ourselves for three hours!
princess continued her good behavior by leaving with a smile and a wave
instead of a fit and scream. Friday we hung out reading and playing several board games.
Farmer Dad took the afternoon off from work so we hung out with him and did a bit of school in the afternoon.
Mostly math and reading. I went out in the afternoon to a Pampered Chef demo at my friend's house, and Princess went to McDonald's with her Dad for dinner and to play with lots of children.On my way I stopped off at the library to return a couple of books and I picked up some great new books. I will blog about them on Tuesday.
Today we are hanging out inside as it is raining outside.
We will play many more games and read many more books and drink hot tea and maybe make more cookies
or bread..or both.I will try to post photos a bit later..right now Princess wants to get on the computer to play a
bit of Rollercoaster Tycoon.

3 comments:

Kira said...

I always thought pampered chef had some yummy recipes ~ and you're right that pizza at CC is awful!

Daphne said...

I remember CC pizza from when I was a kid... apparently the quality hasn't improved much. That is one adventure that my youth shall miss out on... although I'm sure she wont be forever damaged emotionally as a result :) And how about that rain! Where was it when desperately need in may, and june, and july, and august, and september? It figures the first good rain comes a week before first frost!

Learning with O said...

I love Chuckee Cheese, lol;-) I think I have more fun playing than O! Their pizza is pretty bad but their french fries are yummy.

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