|Does Janie's head look particularly large here?|
|I won the Golf game for the second month in a row.|
My sister Janie came from Seattle this last weekend (you might have noticed the rise in energy and light in the Salt Lake Valley for those few days). On Friday night we had dinner outside at Teddy's house to celebrate our parents' 73rd wedding anniversary, and also the five birthdays in our family beginning with August 29th to September 23rd.
My parents liked having sex in January.
Janie is the woman who takes all the photos in our family. She makes us line up or stoop over or hold up Golf scores (2nd photo), and then we all say, "Will you send me a copy of that?" She does.
She emailed me several photos, but I look fat in most of them, and I'm not that much of a masochist.
Besides dinner at Teddy's, the sisters also had a middle of the month card night at Judy's. Janie is the ultimate competitor when it comes to game playing. I will never play Monopoly again with her. There's no point. She ALWAYS wins.
So it was a surprise when I won the Golf game. She came in second. The universe was on my side, as it often is, but not necessarily with Golf.
She and her husband, alphabet letter, do volunteer work with Mormon missionary housing, which means they have to visit the missionaries in their apartments. She was really excited to tell us that they always bring them a gift of Folex carpet stain remover. She said the missionaries loved it. I can imagine Janie being excited about stain remover, but not 20-year olds. If I were twenty, I'd be wondering why she hadn't brought brownies.
I can imagine Janie's enthusiasm spilling over into young missionary minds, so they actually think that Folex is a great gift. She's quite sparkling.