This weekend--in order:
1) Anya brought home an eyeball on a stick. I thought it was inspired.
2) The barbie-type dolls hung out with a Dalek. I found it interesting that the Dalek seemed to be playing therapist to one of them.
3) As long as I had my camera in the girl child's room, I took a few pictures of one of the Lego Twin Cities. They've grown over time. (Pretend you can't see the dust in that second city photo...)
4) She looked at the Josefina doll in the catalog and exclaimed "My name is Josefina Montoya. You killed my father--prepare to die." I couldn't be more proud. (Do you know the scene from this movie?)
5) I cooked some meals for freezing from this workshop. I thought I could never enjoy it with this timing--we're at the end of the semester and everything is crazy. As it turns out, the workshop has given me something to be excited about even before all the exams and papers are graded. (Mind you, I am still living for the end of the semester, but at least I can think about something other than that once in a while.)
6) Hanukkah began tonight! First up: Smart Phones for all. Yes, I've entered the 21st century, albeit somewhat reluctantly. (I am excited about the photos I can take with this camera, though...)