And Not A Punch Was Thrown
No, not me. But read on and help me decide on something related.
The Champ had a play date on Saturday. He's been asking me for a few weeks if Nate, one of his classmates could come over one day. So I called Nate's mom on Friday and asked if it was okay. She said it was fine. Considering this was my first time overseeing a play date alone, I seemed okay with it also.
Nate's mom dropped him off around 10:30. The boys played well together the whole time. I was sure I would have to settle a dispute over a toy or something but they got along good. Peanut was a typical little sister, wanting to get involved. They didn't seem to mind. Nate has a little sister as well so that might have helped.
I fed them all lunch and then the boys kept quiet, spending some time on the computer, while I put Peanut down for a nap.
Nate's mom came back around 3:00, happy to have had some free time. It was actually good for me, too. It kept The Champ occupied while I boxed some more of Mrs. Joe's remaining things.
Which leads me to a question for you.
For Christmas, I bought two tickets to a touring performance of The Producers at the Springfield Symphony Hall. Obviously, we know who one of the tickets was for. After everything, I'll be damned if Mrs. Joe is going to go. The show is this Thursday and I have two options.
- I can sell the tickets without a loss to a girl I work with.
- I can take another girl I work with who showed interest in going with me.