Good thing we went back and got those sunglasses.
Anyway, I had visions of all of us sitting down and watching the game eating cotton candy and hot dogs from the vendors walking up and down the stairs shouting at us.
We were a family and by God we were going to have a fun, family kind of night, watching the game.
|Fountain view from our seats. No wonder we were |
in them for only 20 seconds.
Not a snowball's chance in hell.
We were in our seats for exactly one half of the first inning before we were assaulted with, "I'm bored. There's nothing to do. I want to go home."
Alex started kicking the seat in front of him. Lizzy joined in.
We were on our way to Meltdown City.
We got up and left our seats.
We wondered around and found the kid's zone. Nirvana.
|The water powered rotating baseball. |
And my kid fondling it. All night.
Once we found it we never left. We let the kids run and play and we watched the game on the TV's they had suspended on the walls for the adults.
We spent the rest of the night at the kid's zone and ogling the fountains.
|Ground fountains. Need I say more?|
We did get hot dogs and cotton candy.
Just in the kid's zone.
As for us, we never went back to our seats. We didn't even watch the game on the TV's. We watched our kids.
Laughing and Happy.
PS-- I had to skip posting on Monday as I was banned from the office. The audio guys were running around here like ants trying to fix things. Apparently calling the Bossman on Sunday morning got the message through loud and clear that I was really not happy with our system. And the really funny part??? We went downstairs to work on balance games on the Wii and IT DIDN'T WORK. I simply handed the phone to my husband.