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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Reaching

Yesterday was my dad's birthday. My sisters and I picked him up a copy of Halo: Reach. (well really, I did. I assume they might give me a few bucks at some point, but whatever). I also picked up a giant (like Costco-size giant) bag of mini-candy bars. I figured the whole house could indulge their sweet tooth for a while. Mom likes the 3 Musketeers Midnight ones, but apparently the medication she's on kind of kills her appetite and makes things taste funny. Never thought I'd see the day that my mother would turn down dark chocolate.

I picked myself up a copy of the game too, but I've only had time to play the first level. What I've seen looks great though.

Emily will be in town today to visit and help out, so hopefully Dad will have some time to relax with his birthday present.

18 comments:

  1. I wish I had a son like you. Nothin' wrong with candy and vidyagames. In fact, I daresay everything about it feels right.

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  2. Thank you for the kind comments on my blog :)

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  3. Woot, Reach! Hope to see some future updates of what you think of the game. :)

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  4. your dad plays halo? thats awesome!

    http://wordofdodd.blogspot.com/

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  5. Parents that play the vidya games are awesome, my dad use to kick my ass in Mortal Kombat 2 back in the day.

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  6. it looks like you're headed in the right direction with this post...

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  7. wow, it's like looking through a peep-hole at your life

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  8. Just read through the other posts on your blog so far. I really do hope things work out for the best. These blogs get slow, but with enough support, they really can take off.

    I wish you all the best of luck. You've found a follower in me.

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  9. showing my support. keep it up and follow back.

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  10. yes, I am here and our parents are worse than teenagers. Dad played Halo until almost 3am and mom watched Oceans 12 and 13 until 2:30...the actual teenagers went to bed around midnight!

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