A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away……
Or rather several months ago in this galaxy…
My cousin Sarah sent me a link to this video. I think it has a very important mesasge, so please watch it before you read the rest of the post.
I have taken this video to heart and have immersed my Lucy into the “Star Wars” universe.
“Star Wars” is also in fashion at our house, Lucy has several “Star Wars” shirts and Ariane has even gotten in on it as well.
For last Halloween you may recall that Lucy requested we be “Star Wars”, so we went as Jedi Knight and Padawan.
Lucy asked to have a “Star Wars” party this year, so I went all out with table cloths, cups, and plates even a Darth Vader to hang on the door. Lucy’s aunt Liz was nice enough to make an R2-D2 cake for her. I'd also like to thank my friends Marc and Hali for going and buying "Star Wars" shirst for their whole family just for this occasion.
Speaking of Aunt Liz, her and Uncle John gave Lucy some “Star Wars” pancake shapers for this last Christmas. Lucy loves having pancakes shaped like the Millennium Falcon and an X-Wing fighter. How ever she refuses to eat the Tie Fighter saying she doesn’t want to eat the bad guy’s ship. Maybe it doesn’t taste as good, who knows?
While in Disneyland Lucy got to meet some “Star Wars” characters, she thought the Storm Troopers were the best, she said they were funny and were nice to her.
Lucy and I enjoy playing “Star Wars together as well. We have light saber fights and she as some of her own action figures, because mine are too nice to let a small child play with.
Judging by the evidence here and I say I'm doing a prett good job of teaching Lucy all about "Star Wars".
"You're Not Broken." TRUE.
3 weeks ago