Happy Sunday: I didn’t get out much yesterday as I was still trying to configure my new system. I also must admit to spending way too much time on GTA V. If you are not a “Gamer” you would never understand, but I will try to explain. It is a role immersion genre that takes place in a Southern California location. It has the most amazing amount of detail I have ever seen. It covers thousands of square miles of territory with towns, cities, and farms with absolutely spot on attention to the smallest detail.
Couple that with a gripping story line involving three separate yet intertwined lead characters and it is like a great novel that you simply cannot put down. Anyway like I said if you’re not a gamer you probably will not understand and you will just think, “I pity the poor fool.”
As you can see from the first two images we got to spend some time with our two favorite kids. Angie and Ben were out-of-town over the weekend so it was up to the two Grandmas to take care of the Grand kids. Jeanne took her turn starting at 1:00 p.m. yesterday and I went over around 4:30 p.m. and helped out until around 8:00 p.m. That was all the energy I had left. I’ve said it before, I love my Grand children and I enjoy being with them but I don’t enjoy babysitting them. It is a lot of responsibility and takes way more energy than I have. Jeanne loves it so that makes it all good. 🙂
Joshua has a vivid imagination and he likes me to play a certain way to conform with his vision. He wanted me to build a pool out of Lego blocks but I wasn’t using the right colors and so he would pull the blocks apart and say “No Papa, use this color.” I never have been very good at following directions. 🙂
Of course finally he just tells me he will do it his own self and then my responsibility is to watch and learn.
Finally I’ll leave you with this image. This lone vehicle was sitting on one of the light tables and since I never know what is going to catch my eye in looking at it I thought it would make an interesting image. We report you decide.
That’s it for today. Enjoy your Sunday, thanks as always for checking out the blog and be careful.