Since I spent my whole day preparing for, throwing and then cleaning up from a birthday party I thought this might be a good opportunity for a "how to" post. (or I'm just whipping out some pictures from Mallory's birthday that I never got a chance to share.) Before I continue I thought you might like an update on my Mother. She's doing well. The surgery didn't go as smoothly as the first one, but she's feeling better and made it to Anthony's party today. Also, she has what might be the world's biggest bruise. Seriously, it's big. She and her bruise could join the circus as a side act. She'd be the most popular act there. Until it healed. But it would be awesome while it lasted. As for the cancer, there won't be any news until late next week.
And now we learn.
Step One: Fill a hallway with three grown men and one brand new six year old girl. Allow the grown men to reminisce about when they were young and used to climb up the walls and drop down on their friends during hide and seek games. Snap pictures of them teaching the little girl how to climb the walls.
Step two: Encourage the grown men to recreate their childhood. Laugh at them when they fail. Take pictures for the Internet. This step includes two of my favorite past times: laughing at other's short comings and taking pictures of people while they make fools of themselves.
Step Three: When it becomes clear that the grown men no longer possess the ability to climb walls of their own accord, suggest that they help one another.
Step Four: Take video of this. Share it with the Internet because you can.
Congratulations, you can now properly...actually I'm pretty sure we've learned nothing here. I'm going to be honest, I feel pretty good about it.