Little girl: "Do you know Mario Kart Wii?"
Me: "You mean the game Mario Brothers?"
Her Grandmother: "Is that what she is talking about? I can't understand a word she says."
Little girl: "You know Mario?"
Me: "Yep, I remember Mario."
Little girl: "I'm Peach."
Me: "Is that the princess?"
Little girl: "Yes, I get to be Princess peach."
Me: "Wow, you know back in my day we could only be Mario. We played on Nintendo, the regular one, not the box."
Little girl: "Back in the olden days?"
Me: (Clearly flustered) "No, NOT the olden days. Just back, in the day. Not olden, not old. Dude."
Kids today, I don't know about this next generation. Speaking of which, my cousin Andrea is graduating from high school and I made her this card with Cosmo's Everafter:
Supplies: Cosmo Cricket Everafter Patterned paper: Something old, Something new, Something Borrowed; Cosmo Cricket Everafter Rub-ons; plus white bazzil cardstock, kaiser craft pearls and Martha Stewart Butterfly punch.
Instructions: Frame white cardstock with gray, yellow patterned and then yellow paper. Apply rub-on. Punch butterflies-on from dark gray paper and one from the striped paper. Put gray one down as a "shadow" and add the yellow on top, folding the wings slightly. Apply pearls.
Happy weekend to you! Until tomorrow, have a great one!