Ah, I remember it like it was yesterday: they wore blue, we wore white, we were at home, we scored a lot, they didn't.
You can see by the scoreboard that it was a blow out. They actually only made two baskets, the other point was from a free throw.
Our Stargazer Lily got fouled and had to shoot two free throws. From her reaction you'd've guessed that she committed the foul. She made one of the two. She got at least one other basket, several rebounds and several blocks.
It was a fun game. It was the game the scoreboard is from (note Star's number on the board, 50).
On Tuesday I had to take Tulip to Greek School so I couldn't make the game. We played the same school, but at their home gym. We won again, except it was 30-something to 20-something today. I'm glad, it would have been sad if we had beaten them as badly again.
On the way to Greek School, Tulip and I were listening to the School Of Rock CD in the Flowermobile. When it got to the line about "until the stars are falling," she asked if they meant asteroids.
I told her that it meant, "the end of time." She said, "but the circle of life goes on forever." I asked if we could please just listen to the song. She said, "Continue."
On the way home I offered to play an audio book. She said, "Yes, that will get some English into me."
Six year olds are so funny.