Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Fall Carnival

Last Friday night was our school's fall carnival. It's such a nice idea. The older kids invent, gather the supplies for, and man games designed for little people. There's a bowling game, a bean bag toss, a bucket toss, etc. 2 lira (about US $1.50) buys you 20 tickets, more than enough to keep little people busy until it's time to head home to bed. We also have an international cafe. Campbell Clansman and I always go for the Asian stuff. This year, Annika and her little Turkish friend Nilufer tried a caramel apple for the very first time.
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Kelley said...

You know I've never had a caramel apple? Crazy, huh?

Melanie Keffer said...

Sounds like a lot of fun. It's been years since I have had caramel apples. Isn't there some rule about adults doing that?? Something warning that all caps and crowns will be sucked out of our head . . . Something like that?

Sometimes it is a drag to get old. Ha, ha.


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