Sunday, October 5, 2008

Cheese and whine party

We had our friend Vida and kids over to dinner and Aimee showed the two girls how to make cheese.

Neither kid had patience for the kneading part. Whined little S-A, "I want go out out and play with the bubbles." (A big bubble-soap toy that Aimee got at WalMart.) Opined older sister Vanessa, "This is boring now."

But the two women, Aimee and the kid's mum Vida, made them stay and watch and knead to the end. Kids will be kids, but I think they have to learn patience by practicing it.

And then they got to eat cheese.

Shirley-Ann thought the cheese tasted great. Vanessa thought it too mild.

You can please some of the people some of the time.

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