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Years ago, our dear little friend Jake visited the warehouse while his daddy Doug was at work. My sister Freda promptly plunked down next to Jake and began constructing an intricate lego town while getting into a very deep conversation about the movie Ratatouille. There was a lull in the conversation, and then, out of the blue, this tiny little voice squeaked, "would you let a rat cook your dinner?"
Which begs the question; "Would you let a robot make your coffee"?
I can't believe it's already August! I swear, just yesterday we were watching fireworks over the Bay. I just don't know where the summer has gone. Which is why, before it gets too late, I want to share this fantastic post on Summer Camping Games.
I am a huge horror fan, although I have to admit I've never read Stephen King's Pet Sematary. When my mom came for a visit the other day, and we had a little time to kill, I thought, "Hey, why not go check out the Colma Pet Cemetery for kicks"?
When I was a kid, slime came in a little plastic trash can. It was this strange, viscous substance, with an iridescent quality, that quite frankly smelled like petroleum jelly. We loved it, but it was just one of many toys on the market. Fast forward to the early 80's when Nickelodeon started pouring it over everyone from game contestant's to celebrity's heads. It became cool to get slimed.
One of the banes of being a party planner is the accumulation of stuff! No matter what, there will always be some new theme, be it Fortnight or the newest Disney film, that will demand new decor. The problem? Kids and adults are fickle. As soon as the next big blockbuster video game, film, or social media meme takes over, those items become passe and just start gathering dust.